Successful all season long with our nymphs & classic wet flies

Nymphs and wet flies are always used in fly fishing when the fish are not active on the surface. Because even when the fish are not rising to take insects from the water surface, they have to eat. The food they eat on and near the bottom of the water as well as in the free water column makes up the bulk of their diet over the year. This is another reason why you should always have a fly box with the most common nymphs and wet flies. We offer you an incredibly large selection of different patterns, types, sizes, weights and colours of classic wet flies and equally classic, but also modern nymphs. All our wet flies and nymphs are carefully hand-tied by experienced fly tiers using the best materials. All patterns are extensively tested before we include them in our range. Therefore, with every nymph and every wet fly you can be sure that you have bought a catchable fly.

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Trout and grayling feed mainly on insect larvae. These spend most of their lives on the bottom of the water. In order to transform into an adult insect, they have to rise from the bottom to the surface. This food source is of great importance to the fish all year round. What could be more obvious than targeting the fish with imitations of their main food?

This is precisely why we have put together the catchiest nymphs and wet flies for you in this product category. These imitate the different stages of aquatic insect larvae more or less realistically or entice the fish to take with eye-catching colours, glitter or moving legs, wings and other appendages. If you want to buy tried-and-tested nymphs and wet flies, then our online shop is the right place for you.

Depending on the situation and type of water, you will catch better with light or heavy nymphs. You will be particularly successful with light nymphs when the fish are feeding on insect larvae drifting just below the surface. However, light nymphs are also suitable as a second nymph (dropper) on the side arm, as light nymphs move much better and more naturally in the current and thus imitate an insect larva that is drifting in the current. Hardly any fish will miss this easy prey.

With heavy tungsten nymphs, in contrast, you are perfectly equipped to get to depth quickly and offer your nymphs just above the bottom of the water. Due to the rough ground, the current just above the bottom is slower than on the surface. This allows active fish looking for food and not spend too much energy in swimming. If a supposedly tasty morsel drifts past, it is picked up by the waiting fish.

Wet flies, on the other hand, are also offered in the water column, but these are fished more actively than nymphs. This traditional way of fishing with a fly is very exciting and, with a little practice, very promising. The takes are sudden and can be vehement, which is what makes this method so appealing.

To make it easier for you to get an overview, we have clearly grouped the different shapes and types of nymphs and wet flies into individual product categories. This means you can find the right fly patterns straight away.

All our nymphs and wet flies are hand-tied by experienced fly tiers according to our specifications. Only high-quality tying materials are used. In this way, you will not only find flies that have proven themselves on many waters, but that are also durable. Convince yourself of the catchability of our nymphs and wet flies and order the perfect nymph for your next trip to the water today.