Pike streamers

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When it comes to fly fishing for pike, selecting the right flies can make a significant difference in your success. Pike are aggressive predators, known for their ferocious strikes and powerful runs, so your fly selection needs to be both enticing and durable. Here are some key tips for choosing the best pike flies when ...

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 ...