European fly fishing magazine
VIDEO: Fly fishing a chalkstream during a massive hatch of E.danica
The indications which tell your dry fly angler when to strike are clear and unmistakable, but those which bid a wet fly man
raise his rod-point and draw in the steel are frequently so subtle, so evanescent and impalpable to the senses,
that when the bending rod assures him that he has divined aright, he feels an ecstacy as though he had performed a miracle each time.
"Minor tactics of the chalkstream and kindred studies" (1910) G.E.M. Skues
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The East Ranga is a salmon river that holds large and strong fish
When fly fishing for costal sea trout shrimp patterns are a prime choice
While trekking in the national park of Gran Paradiso we came across a beautiful alpine stream
Around the lake wildlife thrives. At midnight we could admire an Elk (Alces alces) grazing in front of our cabin
On those sunny days with gin clear water, when catching a salmon is like fighting windmills, it is time to try the Rocinante
The German Snalda tube fly is a top salmon pattern, its name comes from the colors of the German national flag
From summer to fall grasshoppers are abundant in the fields nearby streams and lakes and they often land into the water. They are extremely lively insect and never miss to awake the hunting instinct of the fish.
An uncommon color combination that can do the magic.
Buzzer's hatches are often underestimated. Chironomidae are big part of the trout's diet and thrive plentifully in most streams.