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Something simple and very quick for a grayling season. In this jig nymph I have used an interesting synthetic material the Quill Body Pearl, which samples I have had the opportunity to test more than a year ago.
Frogs are one of the favorite early spring delicacies in the diet of large brown trout or sea trout, other species like pike and bass like them too.
The Woolly Bugger is a classic trout fly and is available in the most of fly boxes in the world. Is very effective not only for trout but for many other species.
In time of preparing of my lake fly box for next year trips to the Czech Republic fisheries I have tied a olive buzzer. Covering a body of the buzzer is important because than a weight of a fly is higher and the pattern sink better.
Quill nymph pattern where the body has been made from the peacock quill, painted by waterproof marker and covered by UV resin - the Clear Cure Goo in Hydro version.
This time I have something else, a fly for the bonefish - highly popular fish from a warm saltwater flats. Imitation of a crab are one of a basic flies and worth to have a few patterns in a fly box.
As we know the sea trout in a winter time like a yellow flies and the best time to catch sea trout is a dusk. The addition of a glow fibers will lighten up a fly in a hours of darkness.
This time it is the turn of big stonefly nymph, which in spring time can be very effective. This is not imitation with tail and legs made from biot or 3-parts windcase, this stonefly pattern is more mobile and can be used for stillwater of river fishing.