Most Baltic salmon rivers, along with many famous peaty British ones, are characterized by their more or less humus-colored water. Ranging from a slight tint to murky early season conditions, the name of the game is to use flies that both fit the surroundings and get noticed. Especially in larger rivers or high water levels, large templedog-style tubes are one of the definite go-to options. Colors like black, gold, orange look great in peaty water, while bright colors like of the Silver Garry are also useful. We put together some of the essential top picks, that will give you a good basic setup for chasing Baltic salmon from Mörrum to Torne River to Kymijoki!
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