We all seem to get lost a little when we tackle a new river, dries ? nymphs ? streamers ? Which technique will make the fish eat our flies ?
Read more “How to approach a new river, when tackling it for the first time ?”
At first we were a little surprised, but then very excited, when we received a message from Fishbone who invited Rodtrip for a two-days assessment with no less than Yannick Rivière, a French professional flyfishing guide.
Read more “Comeback on the Fishbone and Yannick Rivière traineeship”
Thrill, thrill, thrilllll!!! Just a couple of days to go before the start of the 2015 trout season, and like every single one of you, we really can’t wait to wet our flies again! So are you ready?
Read more “Fly-mom’s checklist for a successful seasons opening”
The trout season here in Ireland is winding up at the end of the month. As usual the season has flown by, leaving me with the feeling that I missed out on some of the adventures I had planned back in March.
Read more “End of season fishing in Dublin”
Sight fishing with a nymph, is to me, one of the most, if not the most beautiful fishing style. At least it’s the technique which boosts our adrenaline level at its peak.
Read more “Introduction to nymph sight fishing”
I have recently tested the « New Zealand Strike Indicator », a new innovative way to attach a strike indicator on your leader.
Read more “Review of the New Zealand Strike Indicator”
If there’s a one size fits all technique to fish large trouts,
it’s the streamer.
Read more “Targeting big trouts with streamers”
The Fly fishing opens new ways to pike fishing, even if it’s not really fly that we use, it is a totally different approach than lure fishing.
Read more “Introduction to pike on the fly”
Once only can I remember seeing red, but lets not go there. Recently I discovered that my local trout see red in a very interesting way.
Read more “Seeing Red”