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GFF Summit 2006
A good fish
Almost a brown trout
Bonefish for sea trout
Cap & fly
German coastal flies
Hans Jacob contemplating
Henning in contact
Honey Shrimp factory
In the sun
Large body of water
Les into a fish
Lunch at Føhns
Martin into a small rainbow
Old and new
On the way
Relaxing on the beach
Show me your's...
The GFFSummit gang
The picture show
Tying and lying
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No matter which season we are in the fish are there in the water, even in the winter. They do not migrate to Africa along with the swarms of swallows and storks, they just tend to change their location looking for shelter which protects them from the coming frosty, chilly weather and they keep on feeding.
December 6th 2008
Everyday Fly Tying Tips
I am as likely to sit down and tie six different flies as I am to tie six of the same pattern. Speed is not a concern, but I don't want to waste my time either. There are things I can do to make my life easier which may be different from a professional production tyer.
January 10th 2012
The first (fishing) blog.... ever?
Blogs are very common these days, and we have one too. But ours started back when blogs were an almost unknown concept - in 1996!
October 1st 2012
Double K Reverse Spider
Kelvin Kleinman shows us how to tie a really different saltwater fly based on the freshwater spider style, adapted for cutthroat stream fishing and then reversed to become a saltwater shrimp from outer space! A very special but also efficient pattern.
July 13th 2010
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