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Site casting to cruising cutts along the weed beds.
(3.2) with 6 votes.
Monster hybrid cutt, 26in, about 9 pounds
(3.3) with 3 votes.
Lake Trout caught with a Sex Dungeon.
(3.8) with 12 votes.
Fly fishing for huge Lake Trout.....storm rolling in.
(3.9) with 10 votes.
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February 21st 2012
This is a first! Rod building is common, but how about making your own fly reel? Dutch Tom Biesot takes us through the process of making a beautiful home made fly reel, step by step and in meticulous detail with tonnes of pictures.
May 6th 2011
I was a third into the book already the first day I had it, and finished it in just a couple of days, which in itself tells how much I liked it. I rarely give the Global Class score to other books than coffee table books with large, glossy pages and lots of snazzy and stylish photos, but this one easily earned our maximum score.
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Martin Joergensen's annual trip to the Danish island Bornholm is coming up. This year without GFF partner Steve Schweitzer by his side. Steve here tells the story of the 2002 trip, where they both indulged in fish, good food and friendship for a week.
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