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Daiwa's new fly selections have been selected by our world renowned game consultant Hywel Morgan who has ensured that each one will give you the best chance of success in a variety of situations through the season.
A great selection of proven flies with the added attraction of the fluorescent hothead bead. The Cats Whiskers, Damsel and Montana can be fished quite fast whereas the Daddies should be fished with short jerky twitches to make the rubber legs vibrate. These flies have brass beads so can be fished with floating or sinking lines. Tadpoles have plastic beads allowing them to fish higher in the water and greater depth can be achieved by changing the fly line density. These attractor patterns can be used throughout the season but are most effective in cooler water.
Caddis nymph selection
This selection of caddis flies has been specifically selected by highly experienced angler, Hywel Morgan, on behalf of Daiwa to represent the most common species of caddis flies which are most abundant in the rivers of northern Europe and Britain and they have been tied to represent insects at various stages of their natural life cycles throughout the water columns thus giving the Angler the ability to match the nymphs throughout the entire fishing season.
Buzzers - or Chironomids,
are the most common aquatic insect in European stillwaters and feature an important part in the trout's diet.
This selection of flies include a variety of colours, sizes and weights to represent the wide spectrum of buzzers you are likely to find on both small lakes and larger reservoirs.
They are often fished as a team of three and retrieved with long slow pulls to make the flies rise and fall through the depths, or can be fished static under an indicator, letting the wind and currents create the fly movement.
Buzzer hatches start as soon as the water warms and continue throughout the season.
This selection gives you the edge on any small water at any time of year.
The flies include an assortment of naturals and attractor patterns in a variety of different weights, allowing you to locate fish at any depth.
The small imitative patterns are generally best fished static or with a slow retrieve whereas the larger attractor patterns can often be more effective with a faster retrieve. All available from Future Fishing now.
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