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Lough Conn trout fishing
Published: 2014-07-13
A week or two ago
Irish Lough Conn is a huge lake full of wild trout and a very decent number of salmon. Fishing in it is free, and can be fantastic. And the Kelly Kettle was born on its banks.
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A spring trip
Published: 2014-05-21
A couple of months ago
I have been going on these fishing trips twice a year with a bunch of friends for more than a decade. These days it's more trip than fishing for me.
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Letter From Scotland
Published: 2013-07-16
A year ago
Gordon McCallum, a wonderful, happy guy sent us this letter just to give you readers of GFF a slight taste of Scottish fishing. Lean back and dream about lochs, hoppers and droppers and water, which may be used for whiskey...
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Bronze Ides
Published: 2013-07-06
A year ago
When the water reaches a comfortable temperature to go swimming, fishing gets slower. However, some species like the tropical feel and may surprice you now and then. Tie some small gammarus and dry beetles and get out in the calm August evenings.
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The Green Inchworm
Published: 2012-10-23
A couple of years ago
Most of the rivers in Northern and mid Patagonia are lined with trees, most of which are willows, and in summer they supply one of the trout's favourite meals, the willow worm.
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Another Year of the Giants
Published: 2012-05-16
More than 2 years ago
Icelandic salmon guide Nils Jorgensen's annual report from 2010 was "The Year Of The Giants". An unbelievable season, which for me seemed like once in a lifetime with many monster salmon. Well, the madness continued from day one in 2011…
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Springtime In Detroit
Published: 2012-04-28
More than 2 years ago
Early spring brings exciting trout fishing on one Detroit-area river. This is the Huron River, which circles the western half of the metro area a mere 20 miles or so from such local landmarks as Henry Ford's original automobile manufacturing plant and the historical Motown Music Museum.
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Pretty in pink
Published: 2011-11-04
More than 3 years ago
We only had a few takes and caught nothing - but we had a wonderful sunrise, saw a seal and three porpoises hunting close to the beach. The best way to get away from stress and daily routine and do nothing else than relax. What a morning!
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My Time on the Mountain
Published: 2011-09-15
More than 3 years ago
Gaining 2,500 feet in altitude and hiking over 28 miles wasn't the tough part of this trip of a lifetime for first time GFF author Shane Murphy. It was resisting the temptation to fish every inch of the abundance of trout-filled water in the 4 days he spent in the Colorado backcountry. If you decide to fish the Colorado high country, Shane offers his description of the trip and shares 
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Lake fishing in Sweden
Published: 2011-07-26
More than 3 years ago
Hans Jacob, a good friend of mine, has been going to some lakes in Sweden for many years, and asked whether some of us wanted to join him on another summer fishing trip. I wasn't late to return with a confirmation. Sure I wanted to fish lake rainbows with him! Sounded like a lot of fun. And it was! 
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Easy Fishing Florida Keys
Published: 2011-07-02
More than 3 years ago
Seven family members from various cities across the U.S. got together for a vacation this spring in Key Largo, Florida. The author is the only avid angler of the bunch and alerted the others that he wanted to get some fishing in while we were there, and they were welcome to fish along.
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Sailfish on the Fly
Published: 2011-03-11
More than 3 years ago
Tom Gorman admits that he's brought a 12-wt. outfit along on fishing trips to various parts of the world where sailfish are present, but the opportunity for him to present a fly to a sail just never seemed to happen. Until during his recent trip to Guatemala.
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Salmon and Lobster
Published: 2010-11-01
More than 4 years ago
The aim on this trip was to explore and flyfish several rivers in the Moosehead Lake area of northwest Maine, about 50 miles from Quebec. Moosehead Lake is 40 miles long and 20 miles across at its widest. Area rivers, several of which flow into or out of the lake, hold landlocked salmon, large brook trout, and mammoth smallmouth bass.
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Fishing the Danish coast
Published: 2010-10-06
More than 4 years ago
Richard Maree, a friend of GFF and an returning participant in the GFF Summits challenged a demanding calendar and decided to squeeze in a couple of days of fishing in Denmark this autumn. He wrote an email and send us these photos to inspire others to go.
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Europe's New Zealand
Published: 2010-09-24
More than 4 years ago
For more than fifteen years a gang of swedes have been fishing in Slovenia for grayling, mottled trout and rainbows. Dry flies, nymphs are cast into rakija-clear streams surrounded by bright green trees, light gray rocks and snow tipped mountains.
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Kola autumn
Published: 2009-02-25
More than 5 years ago
After a famly vacation to Turkey, Lithuanian Mindaugas Banelis decided it was high time to go fishing somewhere in the North. The target was salmon. He decided that the Kola Peninsula was the ideal place to travel to. So he set off.
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South Patagonia 2
Published: 2009-02-20
More than 5 years ago
Follow Rolandas and his friends on this second part of their trip to Patagonia. This time concentrated on steelhead and huge rainbows from a famous and clear lake with the Hollywoodian name: Jurrasic Lake.
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Take me back
Published: 2008-12-16
More than 6 years ago
Join Thomas Weiergang on a road-trip in Chile. The only thing to worry about, is when to fish again. When he planned the trip, he marked down some likely looking blue lines on the map, but nothing could prepare him for this: The opportunities are vast -  
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Patagonia on a Budget
Published: 2008-12-12
More than 6 years ago
A tour de Budget to one of the world's roughest and most famous parts when it comes to steak, emus, sea trout and the biggest pumped-up rainbows you can imagine. Follow the Lithuanian gung-ho team from planning to river fishing to Jurrasic Lake.
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GFF Summit 2008
Published: 2008-11-23
More than 6 years ago
Swedish Frederik Odelberg thinks back on this year's Global FlyFisher Summit in Denmark, and has penned down a few thoughts on the venue. Read his story and see tonnes of pictures from the successful meeting amongst happy anglers.
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Bon A(d)venture-Day 2
Published: 2008-10-31
More than 6 years ago
Follow Kasper Mühlbach on his second day on Bon Aventure. A day of which he did not expect the big catches but the day turned out to as good as the first. Clear water, white tails, ospreys and 
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Bon A(d)venture-Day 1
Published: 2008-10-27
More than 6 years ago
Two days of fishing in one of the world's clearest salmon rivers, Bon Aventure, Gaspé, French Canada. Follow Kasper Mühlbach for two days on this renowned river, famous for it's fantastic dry fly fishing for salmon but also known for plenty of grilse and larger atlantic salmon.
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The Visitors - Day 2
Published: 2008-03-25
More than 6 years ago
Two days. Two teams. Six fly fishers. Very different and difficult circumstances. Kasper Mühlbach was invited by a Lithuanian and a German team to go fishing with them. Their role was to catch and pose. Kasper's role was to photograph.
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The Visitors - Day 1
Published: 2008-03-22
More than 6 years ago
Two days. Two teams. Six fly fishers. Very different and difficult circumstances. Kasper Mühlbach was invited by a Lithuanian and a German team to go fishing with them. Their role was to catch and pose. Kasper's role was to photograph.
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The two Rangá's
Published: 2007-12-29
More than 7 years ago
East and West Rangá are two of Iceland's most productive salmon rivers. GFF Partner Martin Joergensen had the chance to fish both this summer, and thinks back on a productive trip to a beautiful island - and on mud and rain.
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GFF Summit 2007
Published: 2007-11-27
More than 7 years ago
The GFF Summit 2007 was a great venue, and lots of people had lots of fun and caught lots of fish - and took lots of pictures! GFF partner Martin Joergensen has collected the best from all the participants into a huge photo collage.
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IFTS 2007
Published: 2007-11-18
More than 7 years ago
The International Fly Tying Symposium was held on November 17th and 18th in Somerset, New Jersey. As usual, the place was wall-to-wall fly tyers, tying everything from giant saltwater streamers to trout flies. Streamers, salmon flies, you name it - someone was tying it.
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Our first mullets
Published: 2007-04-05
More than 7 years ago
Since the 1960's the mullets have visited the Danish and South Swedish waters from late May to late October. They feed on green weed, are easily scared and do not pay interest to flies - most of the time. Impossible - but in 2005 Kasper Mühlbach hooked one fish.
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Kola on a Budget
Published: 2007-04-01
More than 7 years ago
Fishing on the Kola Peninsula is usually connected with everything but low price fishing. However, it is still possible to organize a trip for large, golden, Russian brown trout and pay no more than 500 Euros per person including everything.
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The Bahamian Rhapsody II
Published: 2007-02-16
More than 7 years ago
Second part of the Bahamian bonefish joyride as described by The Gang of Four. Join Paul, Tomaz, Ian and Simon on more bonefish fun, a sailboat regatta and lots of good, clean Bahamian fun.
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The Bahamian Rhapsody I
Published: 2007-02-12
More than 7 years ago
Go on a bonefishing adventure and catch bones, tarpon, shark and a wealth of other species in the waters of the Bahamas. Tomaz Modic and Paul Slaney tells the story of fish caught and released, lines and rods broken and lots of fun had.
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Thin Blue Lines
Published: 2006-12-26
More than 8 years ago
Lithuania's 758 rivers, streams, and brooks cut like thin blue lines across the map offering a wealth of fishing opportunities. British Ripley Davenport married a Lithuanian girl and this opened his eyes to the Blatic state's potential.
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Summit Podcast
Published: 2006-10-30
More than 8 years ago
The second installment of the GFF Summit report is this collection of sound bits recorded during the weekend on Fyn. Not concentrated on any subject in particular, but just whatever hit the microphone during this great weekend. As usual hosted by Martin Joergensen.
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GFF Summit
Published: 2006-10-30
More than 8 years ago
The first meeting amongst GFF fans and contributors took place on the Danish island of Fyn in pursuit of sea trout. People of many nationalities met and fished for a nice September weekend, and had a fabulous fishing with a large number of fish caught.
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The Italian Job
Published: 2006-08-12
More than 8 years ago
Is it possible to combine a hotel with swimming pool, enjoy the company of your family and yet fish for grayling and trout? Tuscany offers plenty of activities for the ones not fishing. This report is for those who do fish... Read Kasper Mühlbachs story from a hot day in a cold Italian river 
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South Swedish Sea Trout
Published: 2006-06-13
More than 8 years ago
Every year fishermen from all over the world visit the swedish shores and rivers, hoping their exertions will be rewarded with one of the large sea trout. Spin fishing is popular and effective. Is fly fishing possible or is it "Guru Meditation #8400001 - Unknown method"?
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Tango Trout
Published: 2006-06-05
More than 8 years ago
Author Joe Kissane got an unexpected and generous offer when a friend called from Buenos Aires to invite him to Patagonia on a fly-fishing trip to the Rio Manso Lodge in the shadow of the Andes Mountains. He was told that the waters were relatively untouched - and full of trout.
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Bornholm 2006
Published: 2006-05-20
More than 8 years ago
GFF partner Martin Joergensen's annual trip to Bornholm! A highlight in his fishing calendar and always a great trip no matter how lousy the fishing is. This year fishing was fine and the trip a success in spite of troublesome wind and a late and cold spring.
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Wading podcast
Published: 2006-02-15
More than 8 years ago
A trip to the southern coast of Sweden inspired Martin to do a podcast about wading on slippery surfaces in still and running water. Unfortunately the recorder broke down (drowned!) after a few minutes of recording, so most of the podcast is actually recorded in the harbor of Copenhagen.
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Cold but no ice
Published: 2006-02-04
More than 8 years ago
Another winter outing for sea trout. It demands patience to corner those silver bullets in the winter, and for the listeners who have that, Martin Joergensen has recorded another session from the Danish coast where a dull and overcats day turns sunny.
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Winter walk
Published: 2006-01-29
More than 8 years ago
Since the winter has covered most of the coastal water with ice in the Baltic and fishing is near impossible, GFF partner Martin Joergensen has taken a walk in an area near Copenhagen, where a stream usually attracts large sea trout during the winter.
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Sören and Sara
Published: 2006-01-12
More than 9 years ago
Senior pike fisher Sören Essebo invited junior pike fisher Kasper Mühlbach for a day of... pike fishing at the South Swedish coast. Besides fishing they talked about Sörens web site, publishing on the internet and why he has fallen in love with White Pike Sara.
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Vltava-Dobrá
Published: 2005-12-09
More than 9 years ago
Kasper Mühlbach - GFF's eternal grayling hunter - takes on another challenge from the Lady of the Stream. This time he travels to the Czech Republic to learn from former Czech National Fly Fishing Team member Jan Siman. Does the Eastern European grayling differ from the Swedish one?
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Klarälven
Published: 2005-11-02
More than 9 years ago
Four happy, Danish boys go hunting for grayling in the southernmost Swedish river, which holds a decent number of this beautiful fish. Author Kasper Mühlbach joins GFF partner Martin Joergensen and their common friends Jens Groenlund and Asger Olesen on the journey.
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Slideshows
Published: 2005-08-10
More than 9 years ago
This new feature allows you to see a lot of the many great picture series on GFF as automatic slide shows. Select a show and just lean back and enjoy a virtual adventure from somewhere around the world. Pictures from many of our articles can now be seen as slideshows.
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BC in B/W
Published: 2004-10-16
More than 10 years ago
GFF partner Martin Joergensen recently returned from a trip to British Columbia. Although he has promised to write up some text about the trip, his pictures are just too pretty to stash away for much longer. A lot more will follow.
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Rio Piratos
Published: 2004-10-09
More than 10 years ago
Rio Lagartos is a small town on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico which is an excellent starting point for a tarpon trip. GFF partner Martin Joergensen's trip there didn't bring the big 100 lbs. tarpon, but many decent ones - plus the odd jack and snook.
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Behind Private Doors
Published: 2004-09-18
More than 10 years ago
It's for the trade only. Joe Q. Public can't get in. Before any trade magazine, before any other internet webzine... let GFF be THE FIRST take you on an EXCLUSIVE tour of this invite-only show. See who hobnobbed at the show and 
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Welsh, mate!
Published: 2004-07-14
More than 10 years ago
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.
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Bornholm
Published: 2004-03-17
More than 10 years ago
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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O'io Boy'o!
Published: 2004-02-22
More than 10 years ago
The flats of Oahu in Hawai'i, harbor some of the largest bonefish in the world... although, Hawai'i isn't your typical bonefishing destination. Read why, how to do it and what you will catch
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Bumpy Mexico
Published: 2004-02-19
More than 10 years ago
GFF partner Martin Joergensen took on the Mexican bonefish during a two week stay in Punta Allen north of Ascension Bay last winter. It wound up being a trip that was bumpy in more than one sense - both on and off the water. But with plenty bonefish.
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Iceland, 5½ days
Published: 2004-02-13
More than 10 years ago
Iceland is best known for its salmon fishing, but the island has some of the world's best brown trout fishing too... and arctic char... and sea trout. So GFF partner Martin Joergensen and his friend Asger Olesen had 5½ great days of fishing the summer of 2003.
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River Mandal
Published: 2003-08-08
More than 11 years ago
"I hate to ask you, but do you want to go salmon fishing for a week?" The voice of GFF partner Partin Joergensen's friend Ole sounded sincere enough and Martin went with him to Norway to fish for small salmon. But the outcome turned out to be a lot larger than standard grilse.
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Colorado camaraderie
Published: 2003-06-25
More than 11 years ago
Things to do near Denver -- not when you are dead but actually when you are very much alive and ready for some fishing adventures. Follow Kasper Mühlbach and GFF partners Steve Schweitzer and Martin Joergensen on a trip.
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Montana Trout
Published: 2003-03-05
More than 11 years ago
Craig Fellin, owner of Big Hole Outfitters in Montana, tells how a first time flyfisher can spend a week working with an experienced guide learning most aspects of the sport at his or her own pace. "By the end of the week, you should have a mastery of the sport" he writes.
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Grayling trip
Published: 2003-02-10
More than 11 years ago
A small trip for grayling in the southern part of Denmark. Not something that will go over in history, but certainly a nice trip with beautiful sights and beautiful fish.
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Flyfishing for Perch
Published: 2002-12-15
More than 12 years ago
Perch is without a shadow of a doubt my favourite sportsfish. They are splendid to see, they're aggressive fighters and you can waylay them with light equipment.
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The Mörrum Circus
Published: 2002-11-30
More than 12 years ago
Fishing for huge atlantic salmon in the Swedish River Mörrum is an experience that makes you urge for more. GFF partner Martin Joergensen went there for four days in June 2001 and cannot wait to return.
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Belize it!
Published: 2002-07-21
More than 12 years ago
Read web site partner Martin Joergensen's report and see the fantastic pictures from his spring trip to Belize after bonefish, tarpon, barracuda, jacks, snappers, permit - and everything else that swims in these warm, turquoise waters.
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Salty pike
Published: 2002-05-02
More than 12 years ago
GFF partner Martin Joergensen has been fishing for pike in the ocean. Did you know that was possible? Yes, pike do go into the ocean - as long as it is brackish enough. And the southern coast of Sweden is.
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Irish pike
Published: 2002-05-01
More than 12 years ago
Dutch Ad Swier is a well known pike fisher, who amongst other things shaped one of Partridge's pike hooks. He has extensive experience with pike, and here is a story and some pictures from a trip of his to Ireland: "A one foot fly amidst the lily pads"
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The Cowboy Way
Published: 2002-03-01
More than 12 years ago
"Them Department of Evironment bears don't eat no cows!" was the curt answer of Dave, our outfitter, to my question on the wisdom of cattle grazing 7500 feet up in Wyoming's Beartooth Mountains. Read Eric Arbogast and Jean-Marc Klees' fascinating story about Trouting the Cowboy Way.
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The last Fly Fair?
Published: 2002-03-01
More than 12 years ago
...we hope not! Every second year in May a small Dutch town called Zwolle is invaded by hordes of fly tyers and fly fishers from the whole Globe. This year's show was as good as any - but might be the last of its kind. Read about it and see the pictures in Martin Joergensen's extensive report from
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Fishing New Zealand
Published: 2002-02-01
More than 12 years ago
In this article I will give an in depth explanation to why people fly half way around the earth to fish for trout. Besides that I will offer advice to people who have speculated about going there on a fishing adventure. The reasons why New Zealand is considered the prime destination when it comes to trout fishing are many...
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Hello Austria!
Published: 2002-02-01
More than 12 years ago
Austria is much more than skiing and climbing The Alps. The fishing in the clear streams and beautiful mountain lakes is far better than Martin Joergensen expected. Read about his fantastic trip, the clear, fast water, beautiful strong rainbows and delicate seiblings.
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Fishing in the North East
Published: 2002-01-01
More than 13 years ago
The International Fly Tyers Symposium brought me to The North East corner of USA, and I had the chance to fish a couple of days with some of the other international and local tyers and fishermen.
The High Sierras
Published: 2002-01-01
More than 13 years ago
Join webmaster Martin Joergensen on a hectic trip through the Northern California fishing for stocked, wild and native trout 'with his friend Rich Lobrowich
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Trust me, Mon!
Published: 2002-01-01
More than 13 years ago
How would you like a story that features blue sky, clear water, bonefish galore - not to mention The Mother of all hangovers and the greatest fishing spot on the face of this earth? Well, you get it all here in Paul Slaney's fantastic three piece story from the Bahamas. Trust me, Mon!
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Yellowstone
Published: 2002-01-01
More than 13 years ago
On horseback into the pristine areas of Yeallowstone in pursuit for cutthroats. Read Hamilton Brocious' fantastic story from a wilderness fishing camp with ready access to wild native cutthroat trout. So isolated that you won't see any other fishing groups during your whole stay.
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IFTS 2001
Published: 2001-10-01
More than 13 years ago
How to go from Europe, Colorado and Endicott, NY to a fly show in New Jersey for 2½ days and still feel that it has been worth all the trouble. Read the Global FlyFisher partners' story from The International Fly Tiers Show in New Jersey November 2001.
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Festival fishing
Published: 2001-06-01
More than 13 years ago
Read the collected stories about the Danish Fly Festival and the enjoyable fishing, which took place before and after. Tons of pictures and great stories taken and written by contributors from the Netherlands, Slovenia, Wales and Denmark. See it all here.
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Rock Island
Published: 2001-05-01
More than 13 years ago
Pictures from GFF partner Martin Joergensen's trip to the Danish Island Bornholm in March 2001. There isn't much text yet, but a selection of nice pictures from a succesful trip.
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Night trip
Published: 2001-01-01
More than 14 years ago
The first fish I caught on the Morrisfoam Diver was a small sea trout which I took on a nightly outing with Maj-Britt and Henning
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The biggest catch - hooking yourself
Published: 2001-01-01
More than 14 years ago
A story about a hook in the finger
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The Fly Fishing Show 2000
Published: 2001-01-01
More than 14 years ago
Below we present you a brief pictorial essay of The Fly Tying Show, Saturday January 29, 2000.
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Derek from SA
Published: 1999-12-30
More than 15 years ago
South African friend Derek goes to the Danish coast to try some sea trout fishing. Since he always comes during Christmas, it is bound to be cold.
The road to Lake O.
Published: 1999-08-15
More than 15 years ago
A Welshman's story about the little known Dutch steelhead fishing in Lake Oostvoorne. By Paul Slaney.
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A Novice Graylingfishers Abstract 1999
Published: 1999-08-01
More than 15 years ago
For the last last three years, some of my friends and I have been to the southern central part of Sweden in the Malung-area. Each year we caught a few grayling, but they were quite small, about 20-30 centimeters. We blamed the high temperature, the high water, the low water, the flies everything... and at last, ourselves, but this year everything seemed to come together, at least in one of the waters.
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Bassin' with Bas
Published: 1999-01-01
More than 16 years ago
Stripers and a church organ both play and important role in this Northeastern tale told by Bas Verschoor
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FFF Conclave 1998
Published: 1998-09-01
More than 16 years ago
"World's best coming to Idaho Falls" ... "1998 International Fly Fishing Show ... More than 100 seminars set" screamed the headlines of local Idaho newspapers. TV Channels 3 and 8 with day-today coverages of the event.
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'Merikan tales
Published: 1998-02-10
More than 16 years ago
Always wonder... what do I have with this country - the US of A? Country of extremes, land of great beauty and enormous diversity, offering such a wide range of things to see and do.
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International Fly Tyers Symposium 1997
Published: 1997-12-12
More than 17 years ago
The New Jersey area is not the worst place to be in November. This is the story about a lot of fishing and fly tying done in that area in the fall of 1997.
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Pictures
Published: 1997-06-15
More than 17 years ago
Danish Fly Festival 1997, Gallery The Danish Fly Festival attracted both 'actors' and audience from many places. Here are a few pictures with impressions from the successful arrangement. All the pictures were taken with a digital camera and many were put online on the web during the Festival.
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The Danish Fly Festival 1997
Published: 1997-06-15
More than 17 years ago
This web page contains pictures and information about The Danish Fly Festival 1997 which took place May the 3rd and 4th 1997 in Kolding Denmark.
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International Fly Tying Symposium 1996
Published: 1996-11-24
More than 18 years ago
This story was mailed late november 1996 to both the U.S. and European flyfishing mailing lists.
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Float Tube Regatta 1996
Published: 1996-10-15
More than 18 years ago
The Float Tube Regatta 96 was a meeting between Danish float tubers arranged by my fly tying and fishing guild The Bananaflies.
My float tube is a Sputnik
Published: 1996-09-15
More than 18 years ago
Floating poetry
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Fly Fair 1996
Published: 1996-05-30
More than 18 years ago
The following report was sent to the flyfishing mailing lists - FlyFish@ and Euro-Flyfish@ - after my return from a most enjoyable Fly Fair in Holland May 1996.
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A day of fun and fly tying
Published: 1996-05-15
More than 18 years ago
Once again I've had the distinct pleasure of being together with fly tyers of the absolute elite. Henrik Strandgaard - a reputed Danish salmon fly tyer - had again set up a fine arrangement featuring two US tyers: Steven Fernandez and Marvin Nolte. Both ought to be well known, but let me introduce them to you anyway:
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Ice cold tubing
Published: 1994-12-29
More than 20 years ago
As some of you might have noticed from my recent postings I'm becoming more and more fond of my float tube, and this trip would be a tube one too. All my favoutite wading spots are iced down anyway. The weather here has been very cold lately and the fjords, which are normally the water of choice for the winter, are unfishable.
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World Trade Expo 2004
Published: way back
All the celebrities from the show
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