Catching a fish on a popper is great fun and everyone should try it once.
But before you can fish a popper you need to tie or buy your poppers.
Here is a simple and efficient pattern.
Read more “Tying a popper fly”
Streamer doing very well on rivers and lakes.
Read more “Fish skull streamer”
One of the advantages of Paraloop flies is that there is no hackle below the hook shank, which is ideal for hookups.
Read more “Peccary Paraloop Emerger”
Buzzer doing very well on lakes, fishing it on the french leader, or under a bung.
Read more “SP Buzzer”
Streamer well suited for winter pike,
when a very slow retrieve is needed.
Read more “Pike Tube Fly”
A sea trout and salmon flies I have had good catches with. This is a fly to the late season and winter fishing,
I fish on the shore with it although in Denmark.
Read more “Pink Appel Shrimp Tube”
This floating buzzer is an excellent pattern for trout fishing in lake. For exemple, you can use it on a leader with 2 others sinking chiros.
Read more “Floating buzzer”
This swimming nymph is tied by Bram van Houten from the Deer Creek pro team.
Read more “Swimming nymph”
The Fly is a Variation of the original Diawl Bach. I wanted a fly that looked relatively natural but with some added attractor point.
Read more “Black Rainbow Diawl Bach”
This is a typical imitative all-around fly.
Read more “SP Caddis Nymph”
This is an alternative method to the traditional parachute hackle. The deer hair parachute technique replaces the hackle and parachute post of the normal para pattern.
Read more “Fender deer hair emerger”
I created this shrimp fly for sightfishing rivers but it’s also very effective on lakes.
Read more “Olive Gammarus”