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Spring this is a time when first bigger mayflies will appear and in that time I like to use a emerger type of flies. In many situations, when the dry fly is not so effective, it is easier to tempt the trout using fly under the surface, using the emerger.
Imitation of bigger spring's mayfly nymph wherein I have used for the body a strip from the pheasant primary or secondary wing feather.
Pearl Minnow this is a minnow pattern where I have used a two main materials: synthetic hairs for the tail and pearl minnow tubing. This pattern works well for species like trout, chub, perch - I have catched them for this fly.
The Lead Wing Coachman is a classic wet fly, it’s a typical Coachman only made with slightly darker wings. Thanks to this fly I’ve caught many brown trout, chub, dace and even grayling. Of course for grayling you may need a smaller hook.
This fly is fabulously simple to tie and extremely effective with rainbow trout. During the last late autumn trip to Skaliczka (a reservoir in the Czech Republic), half of the trout I caught were on this fly.