The fishing near the dyke at the Pemzenskaya channel of the Amur River (Khabarovsk area, May).
Hot August days at the Amur River; diverse predators are feeding in warm water.
Some grayling and lenok flies from the Russian Far East
Articulated streamers and other flies for the waters of the Far East.
The flies with action and blade — Wobbler-fly, Anti-wobbler, Belly-Up
Here I want to show you some more good streamers, including the flies with non-classic design.
In the next posts I will show some streamers which work well in the Far East. We will start with the ones with common design — with a single downright hook.
Here I will show the best flies for the surface feeding fish and predators. The most interesting flies to use are the ones which stay on the surface during retrieve.
I planning to post the information on the flies which work well in the waters of the Far East. We start with the dry flies. There is no need to prepare anything fancy; the common dry flies which should be present in any trout flybox ill be OK for our grayling, lenok, and trout.
On the way home we have decided to stop at the upper part of the Raduga River. Here the stream looks differently: it had cliffs, little rapids, and larch forest at the banks.
First time fishing the Raduga River: char, trout, white-spotted char, grayling...