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Dorado adipose in the morning light.
Dorado adipose in the morning light.
I have wait this one for a loooong time! I could not be more happy... GT on a flat in New Cal is not an easy target because you hardly have some opportunities. Some sometimes, the stars align. That's...view moreI have wait this one for a loooong time!
I could not be more happy...
GT on a flat in New Cal is not an easy target because you hardly have some opportunities.
Some sometimes, the stars align. That's why fishing is so magic.
I have wait this one for a loooong time!
I could not be more happy... 
GT on a flat in New Cal is not an easy target because you hardly have some opportunities.
Some sometimes, the stars align. That's why fishing is so magic.
Has updated the article The KeepEmWet Movement
A brief talk with Bryan Huskey, the founder of KeepEmWet Fishing, to learn more about their efforts to educate anglers about proper fish handling and releasing practices. By P. Mac Allister.

Fd: What is the story behind the KeepEmWet movement?

KW... View More
A brief talk with Bryan Huskey, the founder of KeepEmWet Fishing, to learn more about their efforts to educate anglers about proper fish handling and releasing practices. By P. Mac Allister.Fd: What is the story behind the KeepEmWet movement?KWF...
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From: 09/01/2018 - To: 09/06/2018
Species: Bonefish
Report: Casper followed my guide for 5 days in what should turn out to be a difficult period due to difficult tides. Barbados has been covered in seaweed along its shore for some time. Even though it was slowly improving up to his visit, the primary location was still suffering... View more
Barbados, Bridgetown, Barbados
Fly angler Steve Grenier, on board my Silver King 'The Salty Fly' hooks a large Tarpon on the 3rd cast of the morning while fishing for spotted sea trout. First cast, a Pinfish, on the second cast - a...view moreFly angler Steve Grenier, on board my Silver King 'The Salty Fly' hooks a large Tarpon on the 3rd cast of the morning while fishing for spotted sea trout. First cast, a Pinfish, on the second cast - a small Spotted Sea Trout, and on the third, well - way more than an 8 weight should have to handle.

Although this accidentally happens once or twice a season, usually the Tarpon is on for only a jump or two and breaks off within a minute or two, especially since we are usually using a 25 to 30 Lb flourocarbon bite leader, tied to a 9 Ft, 20 Lb tapered leader. And for the hook, that shouldn't have stayed either as it's a long-shank, light #2 on a custom, Ultra Hair Clouser fly.

Anyway, the fight was one of the most epic battles I've had in my 26 years of guiding here in St. Petersburg, Florida. Three hours, thirty minutes and 12 jumps. One hell of a heart and spirit for a 100 + Lb Megalops Alanticus.
Epic Large Tarpon Battle on 8 weightEpic Large Tarpon Battle on 8 weight
Epic Large Tarpon Battle on 8 weightEpic Large Tarpon Battle on 8 weight
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From: 09/17/2018 - To: 09/17/2018
Species: Bonefish, Tarpon
Report: Fall is my favorite time of year to flats fish in the Florida Keys!

Fall is "Off Season" No snow birds, very few tourists, vacationing families from the main land are back to school, etc.. Most destination anglers are hunting, elk, birds, etc.. Very few ... View more
Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean, Key West, Florida Keys, United States
Tasmania
Tasmania
Northern Arizona and the Apache Trout
Northern Arizona and the Apache Trout
By Patricio Mac Allister.. Fabrizio Gajardoni is a world-class fly tier from Rimini, Italy. His name is behind many creations due to his fantastic talent at the vise for all kinds of patterns: dries, nymphs, deer bass and pike flies, saltwater patterns and fine full-dre... View More
By Patricio Mac Allister.. Fabrizio Gajardoni is a world-class fly tier from Rimini, Italy. His name is behind many creations due to his fantastic talent at the vise for all kinds of patterns: dries, nymphs, deer bass and pike flies, saltwater patterns an...
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From: 08/01/2018 - To: 09/10/2018
Species: Tarpon, Bonefish, Permit, Redfish, Black Drum
Report: Late summer early fall Everglades report

Capt. Alex Zapata
September 9, 2018

The fishing in the Everglades has been very good to say the least. We've been fishing the park both from islamorada and out of flamingo marina with great su... View more
Florida Keys, Miami, Florida Keys, United States
Matt is an advertising & commercial photographer specializing in the travel, lifestyle, and sports market. Matt’s passion for travel and the outdoors has taken him to exotic and remote locations all over the planet. Unique angles, compositions, and product placements ar... View More
Matt is an advertising & commercial photographer specializing in the travel, lifestyle, and sports market. Matt’s passion for travel and the outdoors has taken him to exotic and remote locations all over the planet. Unique angles, compositions, and prod...
Has updated the article Interview with Marina Gibson
Fd: How were your beginnings in fly fishing?

Marina: -Mother Like Daughter- My parents taught my brother and I the basic skill set of fly-fishing with a single handed rod from the age of around five and we moved onto double handed rods when we were eigh... View More
Fd: How were your beginnings in fly fishing?Marina: -Mother Like Daughter- My parents taught my brother and I the basic skill set of fly-fishing with a single handed rod from the age of around five and we moved onto double handed rods when we we...
New comment on the fly Gaja’s Winged Fishing Beetle
This is one of my favorite flies for fishing trout and grayling on the rivers of northern Italy and Austria. I started to tie this beetle in 2000 and over the years I kept improving it, changing its materials...view moreThis is one of my favorite flies for fishing trout and grayling on the rivers of northern Italy and Austria. I started to tie this beetle in 2000 and over the years I kept improving it, changing its materials and shape. The first model was made of foam and broom hair covered by epoxy, the belly was made with epoxy 5 minutes covering both the legs and foam. Belly was usually black or brown but after some tests I started to tie them with hot orange seal fur, this was a great improvement since the fish prefer this over darker colors. Usually I paint the foam with acrylic iridescent colors and then I cover it with Bug Bond UV resin (instead of epoxy 5 minutes). Both are good but with UV resin is faster. Another variation I had done was changing the legs that were too thin; plastic tube is perfect.  After some test I still add the metallic green and red sheet as wing, in this way the beetle is much more visible for the fisherman. Fishing with this fly is very easy; there’s no need to use silicone floatant, although a little drop on the seal fur will help the fly to float better after catching some fish.I still remember my first day fishing with this fly…Mur river (Austria), end of June 2001. I was for fishing on this beautiful river and in particular I was in a nice beat with current on the right side of the river. On left side there is an amazing deep water beat; trout were taking dry flies on the surface by softly opening their mouths. It was spectacular seeing this but not easy catch them; I had no success after trying a lot of dry flies so I decided to try my beetle. Well, there was at least 15 big trout seeping flies, I caught each one of them in two hours of fishing with my beetle.I even caught a huge grayling fishing on the right side of the beat, the fish moved one meter in the river current to take the beetle. This was a great day, like many others I had in other rivers. I gave a lot of beetles to my friends and customers and they had great success in all the rivers they fished. My friend Edoardo Scapin, the best bamboo rod maker in Italy, and one of the best in Europe, caught lots of very big marble trout on the Piave river in Italy with this beetle tied on big # 6 hook.Tying them is fairly easy; I suggest having a box full of them when you fish fast rivers on summer, they even work very well on slow water, especially close to the banks and roots or grass.  Large sizes are also good for black bass. Try them and you will not regret it.GOOD LUCK!!!
<p>This is one of my favorite flies for fishing trout and grayling on the rivers of northern Italy and Austria. I started to tie this beetle in 2000 and over the years I kept improving it, changing its materials and shape. The first model was made of foam and broom hair covered by epoxy, the belly was made with epoxy 5 minutes covering both the legs and foam. Belly was usually black or brown but after some tests I started to tie them with hot orange seal fur, this was a great improvement since the fish prefer this over darker colors.&nbsp;</p><p>Usually I paint the foam with acrylic iridescent colors and then I cover it with Bug Bond UV resin (instead of epoxy 5 minutes). Both are good but with UV resin is faster. Another variation I had done was changing the legs that were too thin; plastic tube is perfect. &nbsp;After some test I still add the metallic green and red sheet as wing, in this way the beetle is much more visible for the fisherman.&nbsp;</p><p>Fishing with this fly is very easy; there’s no need to use silicone floatant, although a little drop on the seal fur will help the fly to float better after catching some fish.</p><p>I still remember my first day fishing with this fly…</p><p>Mur river (Austria), end of June 2001. I was for fishing on this beautiful river and in particular I was in a nice beat with current on the right side of the river. On left side there is an amazing deep water beat; trout were taking dry flies on the surface by softly opening their mouths. It was spectacular seeing this but not easy catch them; I had no success after trying a lot of dry flies so I decided to try my beetle. Well, there was at least 15 big trout seeping flies, I caught each one of them in two hours of fishing with my beetle.</p><p>I even caught a huge grayling fishing on the right side of the beat, the fish moved one meter in the river current to take the beetle. This was a great day, like many others I had in other rivers.&nbsp;</p><p>I gave a lot of beetles to my friends and customers and they had great success in all the rivers they fished. My friend Edoardo Scapin, the best bamboo rod maker in Italy, and one of the best in Europe, caught lots of very big marble trout on the Piave river in Italy with this beetle tied on big # 6 hook.</p><p>Tying them is fairly easy; I suggest having a box full of them when you fish fast rivers on summer, they even work very well on slow water, especially close to the banks and roots or grass. &nbsp;Large sizes are also good for black bass.&nbsp;Try them and you will not regret it.</p><p>GOOD LUCK!!!</p>
Once I stumbled over this flypattern, I immediately fell in love. Not only is it fun to tie and looks amazing in the water, the fish really love to hit it. But I hate to loose a fly, which took some time...view moreOnce I stumbled over this flypattern, I immediately fell in love. Not only is it fun to tie and looks amazing in the water, the fish really love to hit it. But I hate to loose a fly, which took some time to tie, to a stupid branch or other kind of weed. Looking at some spinning Lures with a worm hook inside, I decided to try the same system with a fly. As this pattern is hollow it was just perfect for this application. This pattern is under constant development, but for the moment im pretty satisfied with it. I can fish it trough Lili pads, fish it through a sunken tree with a sinking line or cast it directly into the reed without loosing a fly. You might miss some strikes, but still you are going to hook 3 out of 5 while fishing in waters you normally couldn't even fish a meter without snagging something. And this is with european pike which don't bite that hard sometimes. The stronger/aggressive the fish is, the better the hook up ratio will be.  
Once I stumbled over this flypattern, I immediately fell in love. Not only is it fun to tie and looks amazing in the water, the fish really love to hit it. But I hate to loose a fly, which took some time to tie, to a stupid branch or other kind of weed. Looking at some spinning Lures with a worm hook inside, I decided to try the same system with a fly. As this pattern is hollow it was just perfect for this application. This pattern is under constant development, but for the moment im pretty satisfied with it. I can fish it trough Lili pads, fish it through a sunken tree with a sinking line or cast it directly into the reed without loosing a fly. You might miss some strikes, but still you are going to hook 3 out of 5 while fishing in waters you normally couldn't even fish a meter without snagging something. And this is with european pike which don't bite that hard sometimes. The stronger/aggressive the fish is, the better the hook up ratio will be. &nbsp;
Into the Valley of the Condor Epic Chinook at Chile’s Austral River Lodge Sometimes words just get in the way. Especially when trying to describe the indescribable. In those cases it’s often best to ...view moreInto the Valley of the Condor
Epic Chinook at Chile’s Austral River Lodge

Sometimes words just get in the way. Especially when trying to describe the indescribable. In those cases it’s often best to let pictures deliver the message, even better if the pictures are moving and accompanied by a compelling soundtrack. So, without further introduction or preamble here is “Into the Valley of the Condor,” an exquisitely rendered new video short from Salmon Junkies filmmaker and photographer extraordinaire Columbus Leth chronicling his visit to Austral River Lodge in Chilean Patagonia.
Fly Fishing the Troutless River is on facebook!: https://www.facebook.com/FlyFishingtheTroutlessRiver/
Fly Fishing the Troutless River is on facebook!:
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The long-awaited documentary about Joe Brooks, one of the biggest names in the history of fly fishing, has premiered on the Outdoor Channel (USA) with glowing reviews some months ago and is now available online for everyone to watch ( View More
The long-awaited documentary about Joe Brooks, one of the biggest names in the history of fly fishing, has premiered on the Outdoor Channel (USA) with glowing reviews some months ago and is now available online for everyone to watch (
The most memorable Steelheading I've ever experienced - a week of raising them on dries.
before storing the rod ...
before storing the rod ...
The end is coming :(
The end is coming :(
From: 10/28/2015 - To: 11/04/2015
Species: Barracuda, Bluefin trevally, Bohar - Two Spot Red Snapper, Bonefish, Bumphead parrotfish, Giant Trevally, Golden Trevally, Milkfish, Needlefish, Parrotfish, Permit, Sailfish, Sharks, Triggerfish, Yellowfin Tuna View more
Fishing Report: Farquhar Atoll, Seychelles
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This time we found a river so full of fish we even had one for lunch. Doesn't get any fresher than this. Just be aware of parasites if you wanna try it.
Michael Stack
United States
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Haven't added a pic in a while. Here's a pretty sweet shot from a recent outing.
Haven't added a pic in a while. Here's a pretty sweet shot from a recent outing.
The other day I had a nice encounter with a bigger asp, my first fish on fly.
Big ole Tree River char. These fish are very unique in that they have been found to have Arctic Char, Dolly Varden, and Lake Trout genes in them. The largest char in the world are found in the Tree River...view moreBig ole Tree River char. These fish are very unique in that they have been found to have Arctic Char, Dolly Varden, and Lake Trout genes in them. The largest char in the world are found in the Tree River with fish caught over 30lbs every year.
Big ole Tree River char. These fish are very unique in that they have been found to have Arctic Char, Dolly Varden, and Lake Trout genes in them. The largest char in the world are found in the Tree River with fish caught over 30lbs every year.
Here it is... Mountain Made Media spent over five months filming and fishing for these trout to produce this film; researching and patterning them, trying to target large, predatory fish. It's an obsession...view moreHere it is... Mountain Made Media spent over five months filming and fishing for these trout to produce this film; researching and patterning them, trying to target large, predatory fish. It's an obsession that you can't control, when you begin to think about the "small factors" and how large of a role they can play, in your success on the water.

We're a few young guys, who have a passion for fly fishing, and conveying our experiences. It's been our joy to film these amazing fish, in the beautiful places they live; a true once in a lifetime experience!

This, is our OBSESSION and we couldn't be more excited to bring it to you all!
Has updated the article Interview with Maddie Brenneman
Fly-fishing guide Maddie Brenneman talks to us about her fishing life, guiding and experiences. Photos are courtesy of Nick Kelley and Ryan Heffernan. Interviewed by Fergus Kelley & Patricio Mac Allister.. Fd: What are your roots in fly fishing? Where did you start... View More
Fly-fishing guide Maddie Brenneman talks to us about her fishing life, guiding and experiences. Photos are courtesy of Nick Kelley and Ryan Heffernan. Interviewed by Fergus Kelley & Patricio Mac Allister.. Fd:&nbsp;What are your roots in fly fishing? Wher...
Sometimes, great things arrive to your email inbox. Today, we had a message by Bob White, the great painter, angler and guide. He sent us a fantastic story of the old days in Patagonia. Here it goes, hope you all enjoy it as much as we did.. “There are many ghosts at th... View More
Sometimes, great things arrive to your email inbox. Today, we had a message by Bob White, the great painter, angler and guide. He sent us a fantastic story of the old days in Patagonia. Here it goes, hope you all enjoy it as much as we did.. “There are ...
From: 08/01/2018 - To: 09/11/2018
Species: Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon
Report: Miami and the keys - summer late fall
Fishing report

Fishing on the flats has been red hot! I've been bouncing around, all open down the keys, from Biscayne Bay all the way down to the lower keys with a lot of success. The highlight has definit... View more
Florida Keys, Miami, Florida Keys, United States
Grayling on dry fly
Grayling on dry fly
Salmonfly fishing on the lower Deschutes. Created by Todd Moen
This is love...
This is love...
New comment on the fly Adult Stone
In classic Patagonia rivers such as the Aluminé and Chimehuín one can no longer see in the afternoon so many adult stoneflies like there were a decade ago, but their imitations still produce violent s...view moreIn classic Patagonia rivers such as the Aluminé and Chimehuín one can no longer see in the afternoon so many adult stoneflies like there were a decade ago, but their imitations still produce violent surface strikes, those that make you shout of joy.Today there are many adult stoneflies with a foam body, and each one has its moment of glory. Still, I prefer the ones that have a segmented body of the right width, and there are many ways to make this. The one we are going to review today is simple and practical. You will see that I do not use a needle, I just tie the abdomen in the air; something that makes the segment making much easier because it gives us the freedom to move the material and place the thread and the turns. This is a very old technique that was used before foam, with two-color deer hair bodies.I make the thorax with a kind of dubbing I fabricate by mixing fine coastal deer (clearly barred) with a synthetic dubbing material that adds brightness. The dubbing material must have a certain texture so it blends correctly with the deer material, which adds noticeable vibrations on the water surface.The long silicon rubber bits also make this stonefly amazingly effective. We can replace the synthetic material wing with longer lasting hair or feathers, trout do not mind. For example, two starling feathers to make the wings make a deadly combination.
<p>In classic Patagonia rivers such as the Aluminé and Chimehuín one can no longer see in the afternoon so many adult stoneflies like there were a decade ago, but their imitations still produce violent surface strikes, those that make you shout of joy.</p><p>Today there are many adult stoneflies with a foam body, and each one has its moment of glory. Still, I prefer the ones that have a segmented body of the right width, and there are many ways to make this. The one we are going to review today is simple and practical. You will see that I do not use a needle, I just tie the abdomen in the air; something that makes the segment making much easier because it gives us the freedom to move the material and place the thread and the turns. This is a very old technique that was used before foam, with two-color deer hair bodies.</p><p>I make the thorax with a kind of dubbing I fabricate by mixing fine coastal deer (clearly barred) with a synthetic dubbing material that adds brightness. The dubbing material must have a certain texture so it blends correctly with the deer material, which adds noticeable vibrations on the water surface.</p>The long silicon rubber bits also make this stonefly amazingly effective. We can replace the synthetic material wing with longer lasting hair or feathers, trout do not mind. For example, two starling feathers to make the wings make a deadly combination.<br />
#sLOVEnia #reelgirl #marbletrout #dryfly #idrijca I do not own this video!
Last year, I was asked to join a group of local painters exhibiting angling art at the Indeed Brewery Taproom, in Minneapolis. And, it was there that I met the photographer, T.C. Worley. T.C. contacted...view moreLast year, I was asked to join a group of local painters exhibiting angling art at the Indeed Brewery Taproom, in Minneapolis.

And, it was there that I met the photographer, T.C. Worley.

T.C. contacted me later that fall and asked if I’d like to work with him on a short film about my work.

Naturally, I suggested that we go fishing…
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Some fly fishing memories from this summer
Kevin App
United States
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Signing copies of Fly Fishing the Troutless River at Chapters Books & Coffee in Newberg, OR.
Signing copies of Fly Fishing the Troutless River at Chapters Books & Coffee in Newberg, OR.
Tres Amigos Outfitters SA updated the album Lodge Album
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Sight fishing in crystal clear water in the Swedish Lapland. Oh, and there is some coffee drinking as well. Cheers
"Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing it is not fish they are after.” Henry David Thoreau. Trout fishing invites one to meditate and at the same time gives us the chance of understanding the deep meaning... View More
"Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing it is not fish they are after.”
Henry David Thoreau. Trout fishing invites one to meditate and at the same time gives us the chance of understanding the deep meaning...
Some of the finest Fly Fishing in patagonia. Dry Fly heaven.
Hand carved wood painted to look like a brook trout on a river bed of rocks
Hand carved wood painted to look like a brook trout on a river bed of rocks
Hand carved wood painted to look real on a bed of rocks
Hand carved wood painted to look real on a bed of rocks
Owyhee River Brown
Owyhee River Brown
New comment on the fly Gilled Chiloporter
Tying artificial nymph gills is usually a problem. This is why I bring you this simple way to do it, a technique I saw some time ago and applied to many of my nymphs. It’s ideal for small nymphs, to a...view moreTying artificial nymph gills is usually a problem. This is why I bring you this simple way to do it, a technique I saw some time ago and applied to many of my nymphs. It’s ideal for small nymphs, to achieve clear and natural looking gills.The Chiloporter genre, those big yellow mayflies seen in the early season in Patagonia, are great to apply this gills technique. We just have to adapt the color of the fly to match the bottom, for not every Chiloporter nymph has the same color. There are browns, and bright yellow or orange. And sometimes totally black. These are great swimmers and are noticeable due to its round shaped gills on the abdomens. They have to fished actively, stripping to imitate the nymph’s natural moves and leaving dead drifts aside.The Chiloporter hatch is normally produced during the last minutes of light, then it’s better to use an emergent or an adult. But an hour before, if we fish these nymphs close to the bottom and with the right moves, they become killers.
<p>Tying artificial nymph gills is usually a problem. This is why I bring you this simple way to do it, a technique I saw some time ago and applied to many of my nymphs. It’s ideal for small nymphs, to achieve clear and natural looking gills.</p><p>The Chiloporter genre, those big yellow mayflies seen in the early season in Patagonia, are great to apply this gills technique. We just have to adapt the color of the fly to match the bottom, for not every Chiloporter nymph has the same color.  There are browns, and bright yellow or orange. And sometimes totally black. These are great swimmers and are noticeable due to its round shaped gills on the abdomens. They have to fished actively, stripping to imitate the nymph’s natural moves and leaving dead drifts aside.</p>The Chiloporter hatch is normally produced during the last minutes of light, then it’s better to use an emergent or an adult. But an hour before, if we fish these nymphs close to the bottom and with the right moves, they become killers.<br />
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After a big break !
After a big break !
How Beates
United States
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How Beates
United States
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How Beates
United States
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The yellow mayfly Heptagenia sulphurea in action. Rod built by Ulf Löfdal: http://www.bamboorods.se/
Dry fly fishing the Missouri river in Montana.
Has created the article Upcoming Book Signing
Hello Pacific Northwesterners. I'll be signing copies of Fly Fishing the Troutless River at Chapters Books & Coffee in Newberg, Oregon this Friday night. Come check out what we Newbergers call "First Friday" in downtown Newberg.

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Hello Pacific Northwesterners. I'll be signing copies of Fly Fishing the Troutless River at Chapters Books & Coffee in Newberg, Oregon this Friday night. Come check out what we Newbergers call "First Friday" in downtown Newberg.http://www.chaptersbooksand...
I've been offline for a little while. Yes, I've done some fishing, but I've also been busy putting together a book. It has just been released. I've published it myself.I've heard again and again about books of fly fishing "stories" (which is what this is) (see... View More
I've been offline for a little while. Yes, I've done some fishing, but I've also been busy putting together a book. It has just been released. I've published it myself.I've heard again and again about books of fly fishing "stories" (which is what this is)...
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Has updated the article Hemorrhoidal Mouse
A protein-laced solution for surface-oriented browns and ’bows.. The film Eastern Rises (2009) introduced the greater flyfishing world to the mouse crushing antics of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula rainbows. It has since... View More
A protein-laced solution for surface-oriented browns and ’bows.. The film Eastern Rises (2009) introduced the greater flyfishing world to the mouse crushing antics of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula rainbows. It has since...
i've got a wild night planned.
i've got a wild night planned.
My Role Model
My Role Model
My personal way of tying up the parachute
Brandon Leong
United States
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Amazing how well they blend in with the bottom.
Amazing how well they blend in with the bottom.
Brandon Leong
United States
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First one for the day.
First one for the day.
Brandon Leong
United States
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This was the second bonefish landed today.
This was the second bonefish landed today.
From: 07/20/2018 - To: 07/20/2018
Species: Barbel
Report: The morning and afternoon session with Hector on river Berounka was unexpectedly outrageous. Though the water was clear, the flow little and there were many people on the banks and in the the river due to hot weather the fish took flies quite well, especially vimbas and... View more
Berounka, Prague, Central Bohemia, Czech Republic
New comment on the fly Parachute Caddis
Our boxes are filled with endless patterns and every year new ones are added, unless one decides to fish only with the ones that never fail. Some fishermen just prefer to stock their boxes with Woolly...view moreOur boxes are filled with endless patterns and every year new ones are added, unless one decides to fish only with the ones that never fail. Some fishermen just prefer to stock their boxes with Woolly Buggers and maybe some other patterns in different sizes and colors, thinking that a good day in the water has something to do with the amount of fish they caught.There are other fishermen that get bored when fishing the same fly all day, and begin experimenting with new designs. They give importance both to the technique and fly they use. Presentation is always important, no matter what fly one chooses.One of the most representative adult insect groups to imitate is the caddis (tricos). I’m going to show the instructions on how to tie a Parachute Caddis, a high visibility fly that was originally created by the Californian guide and fly tier, Ed Schroeder.
Our boxes are filled with endless patterns and every year new ones are added, unless one decides to fish only with the ones that never fail. Some fishermen just prefer to stock their boxes with Woolly Buggers and maybe some other patterns in different sizes and colors, thinking that a good day in the water has something to do with the amount of fish they caught.<br /><br />There are other fishermen that get bored when fishing the same fly all day, and begin experimenting with new designs. They give importance both to the technique and fly they use. <br /><br />Presentation is always important, no matter what fly one chooses.<br /><br />One of the most representative adult insect groups to imitate is the caddis (tricos). I’m going to show the instructions on how to tie a Parachute Caddis, a high visibility fly that was originally created by the Californian guide and fly tier, Ed Schroeder.<br />
Brandon Leong
United States
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It was fun but don't tell your friends it's a trap.
It was fun but don't tell your friends it's a trap.
Brandon Leong
United States
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Found some bonefish today
Found some bonefish today
By Marcelo Morales.. Carefully exploring the shores and tails of deep pools or the borders of runs is the best way of finding a big trout, because those are their favorite hunting spots. View More
By Marcelo Morales.. Carefully exploring the shores and tails of deep pools or the borders of runs is the best way of finding a big trout, because those are their favorite hunting spots.
Double catch of grayling and rainbow!
Double catch of grayling and rainbow!
A great talk with local guide Uros Kristan about the best times of the season, the waters, gear and spots in order to have the right information before making a trip to this fly-fishing paradise.


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A great talk with local&nbsp;guide Uros Kristan about the&nbsp;best times&nbsp;of the season, the waters,&nbsp;gear and spots in order to have the right information&nbsp;before making&nbsp;a trip to this fly-fishing paradise.Fd: What are the best months f...
Serbian Wild Brownie
Serbian Wild Brownie
Ivan Randjelovic (me)
Ivan Randjelovic (me)
New comment on the fly Thorax with X of foam.
When I began to tie artificial flies, my role models were the classic ones. I tried to tie the best known and what seemed to me the most innovative, such as the Thorax by the great Vincent Marinaro. I...view moreWhen I began to tie artificial flies, my role models were the classic ones.
I tried to tie the best known and what seemed to me the most innovative, such as the Thorax by the great Vincent Marinaro.
I tried fishing all the flies that I tied, so when I used the Thorax by Marinaro, I realized that the fibers of rooster hackle, wrapped cross to eight between the wings, did not maintain long-tilt due at the intersection of the hackle turns.
After designing my parachute, I remembered the Thorax fly and thought that two strips of foam, opposite mounted on the hook, would force the coils of the rooster hackle to keep the angle at 45 ° hypothesized by Vincent Marinaro.
The strips of foam, mounted on the hook, have took the form of an X, which served to keep stable the angle of rooster coils.
When I began to tie artificial flies, my role models were the classic ones.
I tried to tie the best known and what seemed to me the most innovative, such as the Thorax by the great Vincent Marinaro.
I tried fishing all the flies that I tied, so when I used the Thorax by Marinaro, I realized that the fibers of rooster hackle, wrapped cross to eight between the wings, did not maintain long-tilt due at the intersection of the hackle turns.
After designing my parachute, I remembered the Thorax fly and thought that two strips of foam, opposite mounted on the hook, would force the coils of the rooster hackle to keep the angle at 45 ° hypothesized by Vincent Marinaro.
The strips of foam, mounted on the hook,  have took the form of an X, which served to keep stable the angle of rooster coils.
The Santa Cruz river, located in the middle of the immeasurable plains of Patagonia offers some of the last untapped steelhead fishing on the planet! Steelhead have often been credited as being one of...view moreThe Santa Cruz river, located in the middle of the immeasurable plains of Patagonia offers some of the last untapped steelhead fishing on the planet! Steelhead have often been credited as being one of -if not the- hardest fighting migratory fish and the specimens in Santa Cruz are no exception - Please say no to the dams on this majestic river!
From: 03/15/2018 - To: 04/15/2018
Species: Steelhead
Report: 5 MUST TIPS ON: Steelheading the Santa Cruz river (Argentina).

1) Size and color of the water
2) Casting distance and Tackle
3) Flies
4) Fishing technique
5) Handling an Atlantic Steelhead
1) Don’t get stressed about th... View more
Rio Santa Cruz, comandante luis piedra buena, Santa Cruz, Argentina
En el offshore
En el offshore
Release de bonefish
Release de bonefish
Pesca con mosca en la Isla de Cozumel
Pesca con mosca en la Isla de Cozumel
Fly Fishing for bonefish in Cozumel Island, Mexico.
Fly Fishing for bonefish in Cozumel Island, Mexico.
Tarpon fishing down in Cano Negro October 2014
From: 12/03/2017 - To: 02/28/2018
Species: Brown trout, Brook trout
Report: Brook Trout fishing in South Patagonia

One of the most famous kind of fish for its beauty and the fun of catching them is brook trout, salvelinus fontinalis. Lately Patagonia –clothing brand- has introduced to the fishing world the movie called “finding f... View more
The Route of the Spring Creeks, El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina
www.highonnatives.com. This seems to be a common question I am often asked when the term, “native trout” is mentioned. It’s a legitimate question, and one that I asked myself not very long ago as well. While I had certainly overheard the term before; perhaps from a ... View More
www.highonnatives.com. This seems to be a common question  I am often asked when the term, “native trout” is mentioned. It’s a legitimate question, and one that I asked myself not very long ago as well. While I had certainly overheard the term befor...
Chanan Chansrisuriyawong updated the album Poonkour
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