The Beaverkill is a true Catskill-classic with roots in the mid 1800’s, most likely it’s an adaptation of an earlier English pattern.
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This fly pattern was created for hunting in fast-flowing waters of alpine streams, when the sun is setting on hot summer days.
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Here is a wasp imitation. This pattern is tied by using yellow polyfoam.
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This is a typical incitative grayling fly. I invented it when searching something shiny in a rose colour.
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This fly is a realistic pattern tied by Sasa Bencun. A good example if you want start tying this kind of fly…
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This fly showed itself irresistible for fish during our Rodtrip in the Catalan Pyrenees in Spain
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