Recent Posts by Lucian Vasies

Black Micro Midge

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If you notice fish feeding on the surface but can’t quite determine what they’re eating, it’s likely they’re targeting small flies. Here’s a fly pattern that has provided me with unforgettable experiences. Due to its tiny size (#20-22-24) and the fact that it’s nearly impossible to spot on the water, I pair it with a ...

Brown Biot Nymph

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This fly is incredibly easy to tie and, in my opinion, serves as an excellent alternative to the pheasant tail nymph. I particularly love how the biot provides beautiful segmentation for the bodies and allows for creative use of dyes to achieve a wide range of colors. Moreover, these flies are exceptionally durable because biot ...

Light Olive Dun CDC Emerger

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CDC emergers are a must-have in any fly fishermen arsenal due to their realistic appearance, excellent buoyancy, and versatility in mimicking emerging insects. I like to use curved hooks more often than straight hooks. Curved hooks provide a more natural and lifelike profile, which is especially important for emergers that need to imitate the shape ...

Black and Pearl Wet Fly

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In the high mountains of Transylvania, the grayling begin to feed with a frenzied intensity. Emerging from a long winter, they are eager to replenish their energy reserves. Here is a wet fly pattern—an emerger or whatever you prefer to call it—that works exceptionally well in these conditions. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1310 #14 ( pinch the barb ...

Perdigon Nymphs by Dudu Sanz

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Dudu is a renowned Spanish fisherman and an exceptional fly tier, known for his incredible craftsmanship. His Perdigon nymphs are truly remarkable; I've never seen such high-quality and consistent flies. As a huge fan of his work, I greatly admire his tying skills. Honestly, I haven't come across Perdigons as impressive as his. I'm thrilled that ...

Atomic purple perdigon

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This fly is for fishing after short rains when waters get cloudy and the levels increase a little bit. Due to the materials used, this perdigon provides great contrast in these fishing conditions. Materials: Hook: Demmon #16 Thread: Sumo 50DEN - brown Tail: Coq de Leon Pardo Body: Atomic skin -purple red Coating: UV resin Tungsten 3mm gold