Published Dec 5. 2011 - 11 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018

Flies into action

In the film using a new method of presentation of artificial flies.Method Buldo is floating wire and 4 artificial flies.I hope it develops in AMERICA.For more video with instructions enter the site.
(Ed.: I had a very hard time placing this on the map based on the language spoken, but I guess it's Romanian.. And we have more on Buldo or float fishing with a fly here. Martin)



Stupid people...

Stupid people

I would like to tell...

I would like to tell you that this is a guy that has no respect to nature or to fishing regulations in Romania ( 4 flies at once is illegal and he has never heard of C&R) , he poses into a flyfisherman but he never held a fly rod..... By no means he represents the flyfishing community in Romania and he is just trying to make money by selling ugly flies to people that dont have the appropriate knoledge .... I am ashamed that he claims to be a flyfisherman from Romania...

Andrei- Romania.

Comment on new method of presenting flys...

This way of presenting flys with a spinning rod by dragging them using a float is certainly nothing new. It has been used in Newfoundland Canada for at least 50 years if not longer and is still being used to catch trout!


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