Light nymph

A light nymph pattern just in time for the prevailing low water levels. Can be used by various nymph techniques, but also like a classic wet fly.

Cased Caddisfly Nymph

A popular imitation of the caddisfly larvae, which is very effective for trout during higher water conditions.
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PF Mayfly nymph

Imitation of bigger spring's mayfly nymph wherein I have used for the body a strip from the pheasant primary or secondary wing feather.
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Flashback Pheasant Tail Nymph

Extremely effective nymph pattern, variation of the Pheasant Tail Nymph, which is undoubtedly the most used nymph in the last 2 or 3 years. It works great both in clear and dirty water.

Czech Style Nymph

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.
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CdC Dzigit nymph

Another nymph pattern on a jig hook, which thanks to the soft CdC is to work at any time. The combed Ice Dub will make it sparkle in the water.
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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.
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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.