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A typical chub (
) from a Swedish river.
A set of nymphs that can catch chub as well as roach and bream. The top two nymphs are with Larva Lace and hare, the bottom one a Chub Nymph II with floss, copper and herl.
The stone bridge and the chub spot - just there between the branches.
Kasper's first bream ever.
A bug hiding from its fate: being eaten by a chub.
A bream has fallen for the chub nymph.
Kasper's friend Alex Jensen casting under the branches.
Kasper with his first bream.
The typical, large scales on the brassy chub.
The chub environment calls for creative fly casting.
The last bit of energy is spent avoiding the net. No danger there, Mr. Chubby, you are going back again anyway.
The chub flies are drying in a cork.
The roach are numerous is slow, peaty streams and the red eyed beauties will willingly take wets, nymphs and dries.
A chub is a way better fighter than many of its kin.
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