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Have you ever found when night fishing that you have strayed away from your tackle box when landing a fish or casting?If so, then these handy tackle box stickers from the DVice Tackle Company should come in very handy. They can pick up the smallest amount of light and illuminate brightly to lead you back to camp. DVice are offering ...
The bloodworm is an imitation of the larval stage of the Chironomid midge or buzzer. Bloodworm spend the majority of their time living in a silty tube. When disturbed they move their bodies from side to side.. Best fished either on a floating line and long leader or sinking/intermediate line near the bottom, using a slow figure of eight retrieve. ...
This pattern imitates a buzzer pattern and needs to be fished high. The fly can be fished as a conventional wet fly or buzzer or on a long leader and then left to drift.
A good range of patterns available as individual flies from 22p upwards, and selection packs such as 10 Diawl Bachs for £2.50. A 200 fly box set is £44.95.
All the dry flies you’ll need for rivers and stillwaters.
Everything from traditional wets to more modern versions suitable for wild and stocked trout in rivers or stillwaters.
The Buzzer is another name for a Chironomid, or small midge or gnat. The name Buzzer comes from the buzzing of the insects as they hover over the water's surface. Tom Russell created the collection of Chironomids/Buzzers and they are ideal for Still water when the fish are feeding subsurface.
The Klinkhammer is the creation of Hans Van Klinken and may be fished for trout, grayling, char, smallmouth bass and bluegill anywhere in world mainly on rivers. It suggests emerging insects. The fly is useful year round and especially during a hatch.
Ideal for imitating emerging insects on rivers and stillwaters to catch trout and grayling.
All you’ll need when fish are taking nymphs just subsurface.
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