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Fly fishing pics submitted by Jan Fensten
I tied one of Kasper Mühlbach's Epoxy Miracles. It was just too beutiful not to photograph, with sunlight from my livingroom window.
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Waiting for spring
GFF partner Martin Joergensen has a severe case of cabin fever. Too much work. Too long winter. Too much wind. Too little fishing. He's really looking forward to fishing on mild spring days as he says in this short piece featuring images from last spring and this winter and early spring.
March 8th 2007
Discovering the Marbury Lake Flies
If today's tyer wants to tie the Mary Orvis Marbury Lake flies, they would be wise to think 'old school', and transport themselves back to a time when the hooks had blind eyes, the materials were natural, and the flies were colorful and uniquely adapted to the American fly fishing experience by Mary Orvis Marbury and her crew of women tyers.
December 29th 2012
First Podcast Fish
It finally happened. GFF partner Martin Joergensen got the first fish while recording a podcast. The fish was a large sea trout and you can hear the whole incident plus more on this recording from the coast of Southern Sweden,
May 7th 2006
Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a fly reel from scratch. See which knots will work where and what type and amount of backing you most probably want. Start with this simple trout setup, and you can expand to other types.
May 4th 2005
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