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.
The famous and mysterious Elgygytgyn Lake you can find at the north-eastern tip of Asia, at the 68 degrees North, near the divide between the Arctic Ocean and the Pacific (Bering Sea). In the lake there are unique, endemic fish which you can not find anywhere else.
Tugur River float trip, June 2010
Images of different grayling species and other fish
The images of different char, genus Salvelinus
The images of different taimen and lenok species
Different species of Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus — silver and spawning fish
Different forms of the rainbow trout