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Archive for July, 2012


A Mornings Trout Fishing – Fly Fishing 2012

The rivers were almost in condition for the first time it what fell like months so I headed out for a quick mornings fly fishing on the River Wharfe! I got to the river early on Sunday morning to get in a quick session before lunch. The river looked good although a little coloured, but […]

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flying mako 020 uncut

Alex Beck hooks an estimated 10 ft. 800 lbs. Mako on a Fly, during the Flying Mako, a catch and release tournament, with captain Mark Martin, video by Keith Langford. www.sandiegosaltwaterflyfishing.com If you would like to fly fish for mako’s contact us info@sandiegosaltwaterflyfishing.com Tweet This Post

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Hatch Outdoors Fly Reels

www.flyfishingoutfitters.com At the 2010 IFTD show in Denver we asked John Torok of Hatch Reels about the history of the company, Hatch’s design philosophy, and some technical details on their amazing drag system. Tweet This Post

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HOW TO RIG YOUR FLY ROD

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Loading a Fly Reel and fitting a braided leader loop.

Hywel Morgan takes us through spooling up a new line on to your reel and fitting a braided loop. Its fast and simple and this method wont let you down. The first thing the new fly fishermen must learn is how to spool their fly reel. It is a simple process, but there are a […]

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River fly fishing techniques

Adapting techniques to suit the river pool. Duo, dry fly and nymphing. Tweet This Post

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Fly Fishing in New Zealand…Micro stream Brown Trout

Sight fishing in a tiny irrigation drain produces some quality brown trout, most of which are taken on the dryfly. Tweet This Post

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Motorcycle Fly Reel Test: Ross Evolution

Field & Stream tests out fly reels with a motorcycle. Trout swim at a max speed of 9 mph. The motorcycle takes line at 10 mph for a distance of 50 yards to test the drag’s start up and overall smoothness. The line is then timed during the retrieve. Reels are broken down and examined […]

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graphite flyrods – How It’s Made

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Fly Fishing Serbia Big Brown Trout

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