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Bonefish... another one
Bonefish... yet another one
Early morning trip
Guide and fisher
Repair at sea
Resting on the flat
Scouting for bonefish
Wading the flats
Why they are called flats
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It all started when I had to toss my bottle of Pharamcist's Formula in the trash. Scanning the net for a suitable replacement, I found a husband and wife team that are producing a bunch of interesting products for fly fishers and tyers.
September 20th 2004
Nils is born Danish but moved to Iceland where he has been living, fishing and guiding for a very long time now.
April 8th 2011
The Real Rag Worm
Every year in March and April the rag worms emerge from the bottom to secure the next generation. They swim freely in the water, wiggling from one side to the other. Sea gulls feed on the from above and many fish species seem to focus on them from beneath.
March 21st 2007
Fly Fishing and Fly Tying II - Jaromír Karafiát and Miroslav Machácek - book review - Global FlyFis
Many people complain that there is nothing new to say about fly fishing - that new books are just updates to old ideas. That may be true if you read only about fishing in your area. This book was written by anglers in the Czech Republic, and it was chock full of good advice and fresh ideas.
October 14th 2008
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