Because we wouldn’t want to make our beloved and comprehensive ladies angry, Johan and I decided to enjoy a last minute day off before Valentine’s day, to go trout fishing.
Two years have passed since the last time we went to France to fish the gorgeous zebra trouts of the Albarine.
The call of the clear water river was so strong that last Wednesday, we decided, Mathias and me, to go meet her again.
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…
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.
Since his third place at the WFFC in 2013, Julien Lorquet has become one of the few known fly fishermen in Belgium. Now, two years later, he just joined Planet Fly Fishing as a guide.
The Ambleve is one of the most splendid rivers in Belgium, so in our Rodtrip mindset we wanted to show and share our views and experiences during the 2014 season on this particular riversystem.
Trout season 2015 is about a month old, and of course we all took our rods and reels for a walk along many river banks.
A while ago, we were invited to make a coverage of this magnificent flyfishing destination. Our coverage has been realized in two different days, during which we fished and filmed this exceptional location with great pleasure.Read more “Two fly fishing days at Sommedieue”