Grüß ÷sterreich! Hello Austria! - Fly fishing in Austria for brown trout, grayling and rainbows in the rivers Krimmler, Traun and many more - Global FlyFisher
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Grüß ÷sterreich! Hello Austria!
57 pictures from Austria
Take me to the story...
A nice flyrod
Andy with a Seibling
CDC&Elk and waterfall
Close to the Krimmler Ache
Falls and pools
Fish on the barbeque
Fishing with nets
Large Traun rainbow
My first Traun Rainbow
Myself with a rainbow
Rainbow in my hand
Releasing a rainbow
Small freestone stream
Strange museum objects
Thunder on the way
Well conditioned rainbow
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Getting wet - or not
Fishing on the coast in the winter is very close to some obscure kind of self torture. There are only vague chances of catching anything, it's usually pretty unconfortable and you would mostly be better off staying home tying flies. But GFF partner Martin Joergensen went out anyway.
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