Some time ago, Gino presented the ‘hook bobbin’, a thread holder which dispenses your thread but also enables you to make a dubbing loop ‘easy style’.
Read more “CDC Folder.. we tested it !”
We’ve worked on a new series of fly tying videos, as the season has now started, the first one is a pike fly…
We call it “La Glace à l’eau / Water Ice Cream”, you will understand why !
Read more ““La Glace à l’eau” an ice cream for pikes”
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”
The end of 2015 is approaching on us, which is a good reason for Marc Petitjean, world-famous fly-dresser, to announce the release of his “Swiss vise 25th Anniversary – Limited Edition 1990-2015”.
Read more “Swiss vise 25th Anniversary – Limited Edition 1990-2015”
As you may know, the third Saturday of March, has started the trout fishing season in Belgium.
Read more “Flies selection for early season”
The Dubspeed, is an inovative fly tying tool made in france and created by Edauard Zauner, fly fisherman for more than 50 years.
Read more “Rodtrip reviews the Dubspeed”
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”
We had the opportunity to test the hooks of FlyScene, the Tunca Expert. For those who don’t know the Tunca hooks, these are hooks offered by the Belgian brand FlyScene in kits of 25 at a fair price.
Read more “Rodtrip reviews the new Tunca Expert hooks”
This pattern imitates the nymph stage of our two largest mayflies, Ephemera
Read more “Large Mayfly Nymph”
This is my suggestion for a simple shrimp fly that won’t cost you a fortune in Whiting Spey Hackle.
Read more “Winter Shrimp”