Recent Posts by Lucian Vasies

Tying a Zonker Streamer -Video

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Here is a simple video about how I make a zonker streamer. Nothing fancy, just a simple and easy streamer. The fly is made for fishing with intermediate and sinking lines and for this reason no weight was added.I used a fish heads to decrease the tying time and to provide a better balance.https://youtu.be/wtlLVpYDI-Q

Euro Nymphing Indicator – a simple and easy way to do it

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At the request of some beginner fisherman friends, I decided to make a short and informative article on how to make an Euro Nymphing Indicator.Forget those big, American things that float like fishing bobbers. Forget the fluffy things made of all kinds of materials. They have nothing to do with European-style nymph fishing. They are ...

Yellow Tag CDC Sedge

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Yellow Tag CDC Sedge is similar made with green butt cdc sedge and works for trout and grayling in the same time. The CDC provides a nice water-print and the long barbs from hackle provide a nice hollow when the fly stay in water film. Like the rest of Peter Durisik flies, the Yellow ...

Green Butt CDC Sedge

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This fly became "a must" sedge for all dry fly fisherman who like to use sedge flies. The green color from the butt part seems to be highly attractive to fish in Summer and Autumn. Rare in Spring but in certain rivers it catches too. I fish it very often in Sweden in June and ...

Red Spot CDC Sedge

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Red Spot CDC Sedge also developed by Peter Durisik, on of the most famous tiers from Slovakia is made for fishing grayling and trout in rivers with high pressure waters. This fly is made it is made very interesting: with tails, which is not specific to these flies. But the fly is very effective, it ...

GRHE CDC Dun Dry Fly

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GRHE CDC dun fly tied by Peter is another great fly for grayling fishing. I discovered this fly fishing together with Peter around 20 years ago when I visited Slovakia and I fished on Vah river. The fly has a fantastic water-print and it is a great searching pattern.This fly had something special, which ...