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Seabass has been a popular fish to target by European salt sports fisherman for a quite some years. In recent years fly fishing for European Seabass has become more and more popular. Time for 0031Flyfishing to find out what the fuzz is all about!

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El Pequeño


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 >>

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Likkoe OVM weekend


Old men with busy agenda’s. That’s what we’ve become. That means if we want to go fishing on Lake Oostvoorne (OVM), we have to plan it way ahead. So we planned our weekend and booked a cabin. Only weather conditions made us worry a little bit.


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Down ‘n Dirty – Austrian style


Finally, after hours of work, blood-sweat-and-tears, drowning in Red Bull, drinking too much whisky, only eating pizza’s-shoarma-and-döner, crying ourselves to sleep at night, and lots of nightmares later, our video about our trip to Austria is finished!

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Everyone has their own favorite fly. Most of us even have a couple of favorite flies. Some flies simply catch a lot of fish in a lot of different circumstances. When it comes to nymphs my favorite fly is without a doubt the Simon Templer Nymph. When fishing for active trout in lakes and reservoirs I have a different favorite fly. It’s kind of a wet fly. My friends call it the Vincent’s 32. On our “home” trout water “De Ronde Bleek” this fly has accounted for several hundreds of big trout.


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Barbus barbus

Posted on 15-03-2014<- 3 Comments

First barbs of 2014 have tasted our flies!

First 2014 barbel!

Ricardo spotting the barbels

Sometimes there’s the odd by-catch… This one is a Gibel Carp or sometimes called Prussian Carp. Funny fish…

First spring days

Posted on 09-03-2014<- Leave a comment

Finally, some nice spring days here in the Netherlands. For us it meant looking for bows on Lake Oostvoorne. Very difficult day. The wind even made it a bit chilly. Luckily we found some fish after all.

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