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61. Photographers - GFFpix - share your best flyfishing pictures - Global FlyFisher
....3 4 Hans Bock Above average 4.3 16 Carola Ferrada R. Above average 4.3 11 Marcus Sies Above average 4.3 21 Tomas Almer Above average 4.... ...Guttormsen Average 3.1 7 SheZ Average 3.1 18 Abelardo RIVANERA Average 3 3 Marcel Terblanche Average 3 3 Ripley Davenport Average 3 12 Santiago Ziz... ...llent 4.8 2 Martin Westbeek Excellent 4.7 2 Lars Jespersen Excellent 4.6 2 Marcel Excellent 4.6 2 Craig White Above average 4.5 2 Steve Schweitzer Abo... ...rage 2.9 2 Mark Hoffman Average 2.8 2 Didier Cassignol Below average 2.4 2 Marck Hviid Bo...
62. Photographers - GFFpix - share your best flyfishing pictures - Global FlyFisher
...verage 4 1 Lukas Rilke Above average 3.9 2 Lutz Schepers Above average 4 4 Marcel Excellent 4.6 2 Marcel Terblanche Average 3 3 Marck Hviid Borning Be... ...2 Marcos Podestà Average 2.6 1 Marcus Sies Above average 4.3 21 Marcus Sies Above average 3.7 1 Mariano Moran Above average 4.1 10 Mario Malarczuk www...
63. Yukon Goes Headhunting - Two days of fly fishing on the Missouri River with Headhunters Fly Shop's John "Scumliner" Arnold and Jared "Gandolf" Edens. Mother's Day Caddis, March Browns, Blue Winged Olives, and Midges were hatching...sporadically. While we had high sun on both days, we were still able to find some rising fish. On the Missouri, a few rising fish is actually a good deal of rising fish. I had my fair share of shots at some nice risers and dropped some ugly casts on them. But, we were still able to catch some nice fish on dries. Short leash nymphing was the primary producer and the "standard" Missouri River 16 to 19" rainbows showed up in force with a couple 20s and a 21 or two finding their way into Scumliner's skinny black net. It should be noted that the Missouri River fish fight....hard. A twelve inch football of a rainbow took me to my backing in a couple seconds. And, we managed a carp break in between all of this trout fishing. See here: vimeo.com/42531117 Side Note: I think it should be obvious to everyone, Jared Edens is Gandolf, based solely on his stick skills and also his mean beard. Like [YGF] at facebook.com/yukongoesfishing, yukongoesfishing.com, headhuntersflyshop.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
...Shop's John Scumliner Arnold and Jared Gandolf Edens. Mother's Day Caddis, March Browns, Blue Winged... ...andolf Edens. Mother's Day Caddis, March Browns, Blue Winged Olives, and Midges were hatching...sporadically. While we had high sun on both days, we w... ...ound for pound their fighting ability surpasses all other freshwater fish. March 6th 2010 Internet Flies All of a sudden, the new season or a spontane... ...'s John "Scumliner" Arnold and Jared "Gandolf" Edens. Mother's Day Caddis, March Browns, Blue Winge...
64. Better fishing pictures: Shadows - Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about making the shadows a part of the image, and maybe even the most important part? - Global FlyFisher
... 21st 2012 Compose . Published November 30th 2012 Fly pictures . Published March 25th 2012... ...11 Waterscapes . Published January 9th 2011 Pictures of nature . Published March 24th 2010 Shoot the weather . Published March 15th 2010 Gear pictures... ...006 Perfect Camera . Published April 9th 2006 Use a fill flash . Published March 24th 2006 Go low . Published March 20th 2006 Go close . Published Mar...
65. Steelhead and Spines - Our addiction to mountains and rivers has always had us looking north to Alaska, where big fish and mountains existed on a level we had only experienced in our dreams. As the winter of 2012 continued to disappoint in the lower 48, it was obvious that Alaska was being buried in snow. It seemed like the time was right, that maybe after 10 years of "practice" in Utah, we were ready for our journey north. We hit the road in March, putting everything we had into our first and for all we knew, our last adventure to Alaska, with two things on our mind, steelhead and spines. We joined forces with three of our friends from Utah, for a ski-plane assisted camping expedition in the heart of south eastern Alaska's backcountry. Over 50 miles by wing from the nearest road, our pilot dropped the 5 of us off on a big lonely glacier encircled by jagged mountains, and in the spirit of adventure, wished us good luck. We would need it. From that point on, the feeling of being completely alone in a wild and unknown land for the first time in our lives penetrated every cell in our bodies. Only one person in our group had ever been to Alaska, Chris Coulter. On day 8 when he suddenly left to work in Haines as a heli guide, the feeling of isolation crept deeper into our minds, and it had never felt so good. We chose to do this trip without any guides, plans, itineraries, or rules simply because we wanted to have our own experience. We wanted it to be raw, unknown, and we wanted it to be an adventure. Of course the style we chose made things much more difficult for us than they could have been, but the feeling of accomplishment was immense. We found glorious spines to ride, and stumbled upon one of the best runs of wild Steelhead in the world. Returning home safely from our first journey to Alaska signified a successful mission, along with the wonderful new memories from the greatest riding and fishing experiences of our lives. http://facebook.com/provobros http://ianprovo.com http://neilprovo.com Big thanks to Outdoor Research, Orvis, Backcountry.com, Voile, and Smith Optics music: "Elephant" - Tame Impala "Golden" - Tired Eyes Music "Bicycle Bicycle" - Early B "Distant Time" - Tired Eyes Music "Such a Sky" - Tired Eyes Music "Shining Sun Riddim" - Riga / Hemp Higher Prod. "Heaven's on Fire" - The Radio Dept. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
...were ready for our journey north. We hit the road in March, putting everything we had into our first and for all we knew, our last adventure to Alaska... ... north. We hit the road in March, putting everything we had into our first and for all we knew, our last adventure to Alaska, with two things on our m... ...be a discussion between the author and some of the legends of fly fishing. March 22nd 2012 The Tabou Caddis Emerger Made with only two materials, this... ...practice" in Utah, we were ready for our journey north. We hit the road in March, putting everything we had into our first and for all we knew, our la...
66. South Swedish Sea Trout - World Famous Silver - Global FlyFisher
... January – March In January, the water temperature may still be at 3-4 ºC and the trout come close to the shore and stay near the rivers. They typical... ...Mühlbach In March, the temperature starts rising again and the trout become more active in short, short periods mostly on days when the sun is shining... ...r Mühlbach In March, you may also see the first signs of the coming spring. Nevertheless, March is capricious and some days are like the finest day of... ...hrimps start to wander and small fish can be found here and there. In late March large schools of kelts start patrolling the low water in pursuit of t...
67. 1st spring trip - Just a few days ago we ventured on our first spring trip. - Global FlyFisher
...o we ventured on our first spring trip. - Global FlyFisher First published March 30th 2010 - 3 months ago HOME PATTERNS STREAMERS TIE BETTER FISH BETT... ...ust a few days ago we ventured on our first spring trip. Yes, this is late March, and we usually start spring fishing much earlier than that, but cold... ...he fly :D From: vanuz · gvanuz·at·gmail.com Submitted March 31st 2010 Very nice fish, we were not lucky that much, nevertheless, ... ...too. From: Frank Mueller Submitted March 31st 2010 Hey, Folks, it seems that this was a nice trip. Congrats & Cheers, Frank From: Per Gade · pe...
68. The Trout Diaries - Extract from the January chapter of Derek Grzelewski's book The Trout Diaries about his NZ fishing adventures - Global FlyFisher
...ing against a patch of dark-gold sand—as soon as we reached the waterline. Marc ... ...d flies, not giving us even one honest opportunity. Marc made a face of mock dejection. “This lake is not a place for a casual drive-by fishing,” he s... ... the next few days. For now, we were just filling a couple of hours before Marc’s afternoo... ...ffair with the big O and the whanau that camps along its shores. I dropped Marc off at th...
69. Rudi?s little gems - Fly-fishing in Bavaria - Global FlyFisher
The Global FlyFisher Rudi?s little gemsRudi?s little gems - Fly-fishing in Bavaria - Global FlyFisher First published March 18th 2008 - A couple of
70. Global Fly Fisher, Bas Verschoor's More 'merican tales
...Fishing Show in Somerset, New Jersey. See ya there! Myself Gary Borger and Marc Petitjean - Eddy Chiles and myself -... ... Marc Petitjean Monday, January 26. 17.00: airborne for San Francisco, and Zzzing... went the strings of my heart! Ed Rice's International Sportsmens ... ...f Marc Petitjean had hired me to tie flies in Marcs booth. We both also did several one hour tying sessions in the Video Theatre. I'll let the picture... ...en monitors in the Theatre. Marc giving his first ever public tying demos of how to tie his intricate CDC-patterns, Gary Borger doing some of his down...