candy-streamer
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Pink and Peach Candy Streamer

                                  Materials used: Hook: Demmon ST 700 BL #8 Marabou: Peach Body:  UV Fritz Coral Thread: Uni 6/0 from Uni Canada Eyes: Double green eyes   How to use: is is a simple streamer  to tie but very efficient…

step 8 in tying danica nymph
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Tying a mayfly nymphs -Ephemera Danica

In a short period of time from now on a plenty of Danica will fly over rivers. It  is better to be prepared with a couple of weeks before and to have a few effective nymph imitations of Ephemera Danica because trout will start eating them in great frenzy. The  nymph that I recommend you…

catgut-body
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Tying with Green Catgut – is mind blowing

In realistic fly tying world you need a tone of patience, a lot of expensive and rare   materials and  to be a skillful and talented tier.  A nymph or an emerger or a dry fly  tied in this way  will take at least  half hour to finish. At least , because I saw flies…

wet bodies of nymphs tied with catgut
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Micro Nymphs for Grayling tied with catgut biothread

This is an old series of catgut micro nymphs tied 6 years ago for grayling in North Transylvania.  I tied them on small hooks from size #14 down to #18. I was  impressed by  natural shades and colors,  how looks the material when  is wet and I was impressed by   the  texture very close…

yellow-baetis-nymphs
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A Baetis Nymph tied with synthetic quill

When trout and grayling are eating in frenzy baetis    you should think at two baetis nymphs – one olive and one yellow.  These flies are easy to be tied, resistant and realistic in the same time. Is difficult to find material  to have all in common but troutline synthetic quill is  one that works! So…

Micro-Fiber-Streamer
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Saltwater Streamer M1

                                    MaterialS used: Daiichi Salwater Hook D990 ST Thread: Uni Cord white Body: silver tinsel Wing : micro fiber in clear, pink and grey Head made with Deer Creek UV resin Eyes:  Epoxy 3D eyes