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The große (big) Lauter is a chalkstream in Germany that has good hatches of the real Mayfly (E.danica) between end May and mid June.
A solid performer during the climax of Ephemera danica hatches and when it comes to competing with too many real insects on the water.
A bug, as well as an general pattern with a good buoyancy, this fly is a real all rounder, for the white water and, in smaller sizes, for the slow flowing part of the stream.
They approach the coast once a year to mate and they are hungry. From the shore or with the belly boat, where to find them, what flies are the best, find it in this video
April is a month buzzing with activity in the macrobenthos realm. The two little streams turned out to have a very good water quality and benthos diversity.
The are a fantastic places for mountain biking on the Alps. There are lost small streams and brooks where wild trout thrive with no or few knowledge of anglers. Let's see what happens biking with a rod in the backback.
Pike traces are imposed enourmous stress while fly casting and they usually worn in a wink. I have made my own very simple pike trace for a while and they proved to be far more durable.
A minimalist dressing with an impressionistic silouhette and almost neutral buoyancy. Let this fly idle to then strip it with a jerk. A move that pike seldom resist
The island of Rügen in the far north of Germany is a mythical place for pike fly anglers. In this video a synthetic resume on the key things to know, the best months, the best gears and flies to rise to the challenge.
If the Mediterranean sea can offer good game fish, it ain't always easy to catch something. I ventured out with the boat and had a great day fly-fishing with poppers.
Ammarnäs in Sweden, the river Vindel is world-famous for the giant lake trout that run into it.