Grayling UV Pink Bug

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Tied on small and very small hooks, this nymph is extremely efficient for grayling. I do not understand exactly why, maybe because grayling is a very curious fish. I have it in my box tied in orange, purple and pink on size #14-16-18 hooks. Here is the recipe: Hook: Demmon G602 #14 Thread: orange or pink ...

Video-Tying a Black UV Perdigon

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Black UV Perdigon it is simple to tie and work for trout and grayling. It works as a stimulator type of nymph Materials: Materials from: www.troutline.ro Hook : Demmon 633 #14 Thread: UTC orange and black 70DEN Tail: Coq de Leon Corzuno Claro Body: made of thread Body cover: Troutline Perdigon UV Flat Tinsel - yellow ...

Fishing Travel Italy – River Mera

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River Mera is a beautiful tributary of the famous river Adda from North Italy. Mera is located in Lombardia and it comes from Switzerland and flows in Adda close to Como lake. I had the chance to go fishing there, several times with my Italian friends. What can I say, the surroundings are stunning: high mountains ...

Perdigon Jig with CDC

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Perdigon Jig with CDC is a strange hybrid  based on perdigon  type of flies. I like perdigon nymphs, especially perdigon jig because: they sink fast like a rok easy to tie  very fast to tie economic fly - not fancy materials, just thread,  bead,  barbs for tails and maybe some uv ribbing sometimes perfect for ...

Tying a Trout Bug for Early Season

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Big, fat and ugly bug will work all the time when the new fishing season starts. Here is one that works excellent because has enough sparkle to attract the fish and is discrete enough to not scare it. My advice is to use big flies because: big means protein for fish will not scare the fish ...

Tying a GRHE Bug with CDC Hackle

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Materials: Hook: Demmon DGH 900 BL #10-16 Thread: Fluo Orange Body: Troutline Mad Rabbit Dubbing or Spiky Dubb in natural color Ribbing: UV White Ribbing fiber Thorax Dubbing: Troutline Thorax Dubbing Dark Hackle: CDC Khaki Campbell, natural mallard grey or dyed grey Campbell Our tricks: * just let the barbs of the CDC long enough to move better in water. ...