Fishing flies are the essence of fly fishing.
In most languages, it is the artificial fly that the name of fishing with an insect-imitating bait originates from. Historically, fishing flies were already known as a bait more than 2000 years ago. The first records about them date back to 2nd century. Since then, artificial flies have evolved considerably and nowadays fishermen have a multitude of fly patterns to choose from. Today fishing flies imitate not only insects but also fish, crabs or eggs. In our shop we offer most of the types of artificial flies used to catch various fish, starting from trout and grayling flies, to flies for pikes and salmons to fishing flies used for saltwater fish such as tarpons and bonefish.
The wide choice of artificial flies makes it possible to pick the right fly, regardless of whether it is a dry fly, a wet fly, a streamer, a salmon fly or a nymph.