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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.
This Nymph has been tied according to the style of Polish southern neighbours - Czech Republic. Its characteristics include a narrow profile and often include a multicolour body and back. This pattern is highly effective for trout and grayling.
- Imitation of metamorphosing caddis fly, which looks very attractive when is wet, and at the same time is not difficult to tie. Body of the Amber Caddisfly Pupa has been made from the Vinyl D Rib, very easy to use material from the UTC brand.
The fly was watched furtively in a lake box of a Czech competitor at the occasion of the competition in Auschwitz.