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While browsing fly patterns on the web I found this interesting and buggy looking Swedish Caddis pattern, and discovered that its history actually traced back to a GFF seatrout pattern.
See how to tie it here
The Source - Tasmania
A more than beautiful account of the fishing in a fairly unknown destination: Tasmania. Lots of variation, lots of fish and lots of stunning landscapes and locations. Filmed in breathtaking HD by Australian Nick Reygeart.
Read the review here
Jan's Giant Buzzers
: I have always loved fishing buzzers for many years for trout, its just my favorite way of fly fishing except perhaps daddylonglegs. Most of my fishing is on reservoirs sometimes desolate windy rough places, where buzzers come into their own.
Click here to see the article
: South Africa has a rich variety of fishing opportunities from saltwater over stocked reservoirs to streams in the mountains. Brown trout, rainbows, yellowfish, tigerfish and numerous saltwater species seem to be readily available in beautiful, lush nature.
We review a guidebook for SA
: Mark Dysinger has been chasing smallmouth bass with the flyrod for many years, and during that time he's come across some surprisingly difficult fish. Super clear water and high fishing pressure can make these bass as fussy and easily spooked as any educated trout.
This may be the method and patterns that saves the day
: A Buzzer is basically an imitation of the pupa of a midge. The buzzers are best known from British stillwater fishing, but are actually very widespread and common all over the world. Learn how to tie a simple buzzer and how to fish it.
Go to the full article by GFF partner Martin Joergensen
: Paul Marriner's Stillwater Fly Fishing can be recommended to any stream fisher who wants to expand the available fishing waters by orders of a magnitude - turn featureless discs into interesting fishing water. One of the best books on the subject.
Martin Joergensen reviews the book here.
: A week of fishing in Wales and southern England: reservoir, lake, stream - chalkstream! GFF partner Martin Joergensen has been visiting Welsh Paul Slaney for a week of fun and fishing and meeting other Welsh friends.
Read his story and see his pictures and video here.
: An article on the Welsh classic The Diawl Bach and on the intriguing and intimidating concept of fishing a team of three flies on a very long leader. GFF partner Martin Joergensen has been to Wales and this is the first article from that trip.
See the pattern and the pictures here
The road to Lake O.
: A Welshman's story about the little known Dutch steelhead fishing in Lake Oostvoorne. By Paul Slaney.
Videos with "Stillwater"
Fly Fishing Eagle Lake
A bit of November lake fishing
In the search of dinosaurs
It's about fly fishing for Tararira or Wolffish in our homewater Lake Salto in Argentine, casting, drills and some pictures.
Fly Fishing Tasmania. The Western Lakes
Tasmania's western lakes offer the angler a true wilderness experience. The landscape is rugged and unforgiving and the fish are wary and even more uncompromising.
Chironomid Fishing on Spooled TV
BC interior stillwater chironomid fishing for rainbows. Nice action and great quality video as always.
Sexy Loops TV - 5
SLTV episode 5: New Zealand to Tasmania. The usual semi-chaotic Paul Arden style video. This time kayak fishing in Tasmania.
Carp on the fly
Fishing for carp in Colorado in this nice 8-minute video
About "Stillwater" from Blog Creek –
Ireland bound - Well, it's a dirty job, you know, but some one has to do all that traveling.
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