My patterns

Consecutively I will add more types of flies tied by me. If you have any questions or suggestions concerning the content of this website or fly tying please e-mail me at the address available in the Contact section.

  Krystian Niemy
  • Foam ant

  • Alexandra wet fly

    Alexandra

    The Alexandra this is the fly whose origin dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, and its name derives from the Princess Alexandra, on which honor is named.

  • Hydropsyche

    Hydropsyche larvae

    The Hydropsyche is very popular larvae from caddisflies family. Their abdomen occurs in various shades of green (in my local river this is nice chartreuse color), while the head is black.

  • March Brown Spider

    March Brown Spider

  • Brown hackle emerger

    Brown hackle emerger

    This emerger pattern was showed me more than ten years ago by Mr. Kazek Czyz from Skoczow. We do not need for this fly expensive materials, and it's easy to tie.

  • Polish Nymph

    Polish Woven Nymph

    Polish Woven Nymph is showy for the eye and effective nymph pattern, which through a combination of two colors (mainly this is dark back and lighter belly) becomes a tempting bite for the fish.

  • Puffs emerger

  • Crystal Egg Woolly Bugger

    Crystal Egg Woolly Bugger

  • Holographic Buzzer

    Holographic Buzzer

  • Dry fly for grayling

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