Last year we went to Castle Hamilton (see our video bellow), to check out if pike fishing in Ireland is as good as they say.
We went, we saw, and we had some serious fun.
Read more “Payback time with Irish Pikes !”
Our Rodtrip team really enjoys an adventure which can be done by any flyfisher, young or old, on a budget or not.
Read more “700 teeth on a fly – winter 2015”
We spent our last weekend in France and it was 100% fly fishing ! We were invited at Coyolles for the Rise festival and we had in mind to try new lakes for pike in the same area.
Read more “Rise festival, Coyolles and pike fishing”
Last year at the fly fishing fair of Charleroi, Belgium, I had the chance to meet a lama breeder who had started to commercialise the hairs for fly tying purposes.
Read more “Tying pike flies using lama hairs”
In 2015 we went in Denmark at the Denmark Fishing & Outdoor Lodge to fish for sea trout.
Read more “Sea trout fly fishing in Denmark”
A few weeks ago, I joined the fifth edition of the Dyckers Sea Bass Weekend.
Read more “Dyckers Sea bass Weekend 2015”
The first edition of the Rodtrip Pike Challenge is now over, it’s now time to share the results and the first photos…
Read more “Pike Challenge – Results & Photos”
Whilst enjoying known and (until then) unknown visitors in our booth at the yearly flyfishing highlight of Belgium which is the ‘Fête de la pêche à la mouche’, we were introduced to some very nice Irish people, Audrey and Alan.
Read more “Guinness pike of records, here we come !”
An end of summer fishing session is always difficult to predict. Either the fish isn’t active yet, the water level is too low, it’s still too warm…
Read more “About fishing that didn’t turn out as planned”
If you missed the new, this year we will organize our first fly fishing competition : the Rodtrip Pike Challenge !
Read more “Pike Challenge – The Teams !”
In Belgium, there are some really good rivers, but one of them has become very famous in the country and abroad during the last years.
Read more “A memorable dry fly fishing day”
Red hot sun. Summer is really making it’s name as we leave Dusseldorf airport for a 3 and a half hour flight – final destination: Reykjavik.
Though you know it will be a hell of a lot colder there, it’s always a gas to pack and roll from warm to cold climate for fly fishermen like us.
Read more “Iceland, between lakes and rivers”