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A little bit about seabass


It has has been a little quiet around here. Work, fishing and some other boring stuff kept me from writing more. So I would like to make it up to you guys and gals by writing a little bit about bass. European Seabass to be precise. Read more >>


Seabass fever


Last weekend I went seabass fishing with a couple of buddies of mine, from Dyckers. I already did some seabass fishing this season, but with no success. I hooked a big-ass fish two weeks ago, but it managed to free himself between some rocks.  Read more >>

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EP streamer, seabass and tarpon variety


Fishing EP flies need no introduction, it’s lifelike appearance in the water, it’s water shedding ability and near weightlessness in the water makes it an irresistible fly for predators all of sorts. It’s great on exotic predators like tarpon, jacks and cuda’s but here in the Lowlands they are superb on our beloved pike, seabass, asp and many others. The tying however seems to be more of a problem for many anglers and thus it’s value is underestimated by many. Read more >>

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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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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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