Articles about fly patterns - description, how to fish them and other fly fishing tips.
If you want to successfully fish for often very picky grayling, you must have - in addition to the right tactics and fly fishing techniques - of course also the right and for graylings trustworthy artificial fly! In this article, you will learn what types and specific types of flies can be used for very effectively grayling fishing! Do not hesitate - TOP grayling flies are here!
Lubo Roza chose the 3 most popular patterns from the expansion of his competition fly collection made by Fulling Mill.
A selection of ten successful flies for rainbow trout fishing on rivers in Europe.
6 Perdigon nymph pattern including fly tying recipe.
All key information about the killing Spanish nymphs - Perdigon Nymphs.
Interview with Lubo Roza about his river collection of competition flies from UK fly producer Fulling Mill.
Unique fly fishing article detailing the selection of my favorite and most effective - deadly flies, which I use with great success throughout the all year round season when fishing on trout stillwaters, especially on commercial trout lakes, ponds and reservoirs! Try these deadly trout patterns of my flies on your favorite trout stillwaters and you absolutely will not regret!
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!