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Articles about fly patterns - description, how to fish them and other fly fishing tips.

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History of the Czech Nymph

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Karel Křivanec (Czech Republic)
I was lucky in that I could watch closely all the development work on the Czech nymphs...

The Czech Nymph

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Bohumír Šumský (Czech Republic)
A brief description of a basic Czech nymph pattern.

At the Vice - Cheeky Devil Matuka

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Ála Richie (Czech Republic)
Article about tying great small river streamer.

At the Vice - Conehead Octopus

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Ála Richie (Czech Republic)
Article about tying another lake or river streamer.

At the Vice - Goldhead Chenille Bloodhound

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Ála Richie (Czech Republic)
Step by step instructions to tying the effective still water and river lure.

At the Vice - Carp Tuty

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Ála Richie (Czech Republic)
Tip for a great carp fly pattern including step by step fly tying instructions and some basic tips how to catch carp on the fly rod.

At the Vice - Rhyacophila Barbus Tungsten Nymph

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Ála Richie (Czech Republic)
For this edition of “At the Vice” I have chosen one of my favorite river fly patterns designed for barbel. It is a type of fly meant to imitate the natural food of the fish we are hunting. In this case that means a free living caddisfly larva – Rhyacophila.

Dan’s Sausage

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Pavel Adamovský (Czech Republic)
Fly Tying tip for a killer buzzer pattern for stillwaters.

At the Vice - The BeadHeart Cactus

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Ála Richie (Czech Republic)
For this next episode in our fly tying series, I have chosen my absolutely favorite wet fly...

Fly fishing with bling for pike!

Category: Flies for Fly Fishing
Simon Graham (Finland)
A lot of purists out there might frown upon the idea of having accessories like propeller blades, rubber jigging worms & even tiny spinner blades attached to their fly, & would class them more a lure than a fly.
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