Three-color scud imitations are very popular among the fishermen and graylings in the Khabarovsk vicinity
The same fly as the previous one, but with no plastic film back. Both flies work good.
Tiny stoneflies are often found in the stomach content of grayling and lenok, especially in the fall (the numbers at the ruler are centimeters, not inches)
This year I am planning to test the Booby Fly in our waters. This pink one on #2 hook should work in Kamchatka and in the Amur River.
Gotcha-type shrimp imitation on #4 hook attracts fresh pink salmon and char. The bigger variants of the same fly are good for other Pacific salmon.
A streamer on an offset hook will be used in the Amur River, in the areas with many rocks and snags. This fly is used for pike, catfish, and Mandarin bass.
One more fly of the same series
One more similar streamer