Articles about fly patterns - description, how to fish them and other fly fishing tips.
In this short article you will really quick learn what basic carp flies to use in order to make your carp fly fishing the most effective and absolutely unforgettable!
In the last - 4th episode of articles about fly fishing for chubs, we will focus on larger specimens of this fish, but in parallel on another predatory fish inhabiting the same river zones along with the chub - ASP. These fish are very similar in behavior, in their hunting habits and also in their diet. They feed mainly on smaller fish, so we will fish with their imitations - STREAMERS!
In the previous two episodes we focused on fishing for chub active in the water column (wet flies) or directly at the surface (dry flies). These two methods are both parallel-use and combinable - when the chub are active below the surface will often react to wet flies in the column and vice versa. But in the 3rd episode we divert a bit and go near to river bottom with NYMPHS!
In the 2nd episode of our mini-series of articles devoted to the most killing artificial flies intended to fly fishing for CHUB on coarse rivers and lakes, this time we will focus on the most traditional style of fishinng these fish with fly gear, but mainly for artificial flies used in this technique - it's WET FLIES! So let's take a closer look at another series of my TOP favorites!
1st episode from a short mini-series of articles devoted to the most basic and effective flies intended for catch a very popular coarse fish - CHUB, which is still inhabited by a large part of European coarse waters! So let's try all these verified DRY FLIES!
In this article you will find some good tips for the best grayling flies from Fulling Mill assortment.
Another type of Slovak heavy nymphs that are useful not only on the Váh river in Slovakia, but wherever there are deep places where we do not get the classic weighted tungsten nymphs.
I was lucky in that I could watch closely all the development work on the Czech nymphs...
A brief description of a basic Czech nymph pattern.