In recent articles and reports about lake Oostvoorne, I’ve mentioned this fly before. It’s one of my favorite OVM flies. A simple, but very effective pattern, if you fish it correctly. Read more >>
While fishing in Slovenia I met Emil Pintar. Fly fishing guide, and owner of a couple of apartments (apartments-slovenia.com). This week I’ll tie a fly, inspired by Emil’s favorite nymph. It’s a jig-nymph.
Grayling love pink flies. That’s not a big secret. Sometimes bright neon pink, sometimes a more subdued shade of pink. It all started with a ram’s scrotum… Read more >>
Right now most of our trout and grayling rivers are about to close. Most of them close on the 16’th of October. Time to take a look at our river fly boxes, and see where we can improve, and what flies we’ll need for next season. Read more >>
Everyone has probably often heard someone say: “Small flies catch the biggest fish!” Especially when fishing for spooky fish that can be really true. When I fish on rivers where multiple flies are allowed, I almost always fish with a very tiny fly as a point fly. Read more >>
Some people like it, some people don’t. Some people do it because they’ll probably catch more fish in certain situations, some people don’t do it because it takes away the fun in their flyfishing. I’m talking about fishing with HEAVY nymphs.
The Simon Templer Nymph, it’s without a doubt my favourite nymph! It was developed by Mr. Simon Branse for fishing the Rur in Blens. It’s an easy tie, and it catches a lot of fish all over the world!