In this final post of the 3 part series, I offer a few more philosophical perspectives on ‘What Fly Fishing has taught me about life and business’.
Besides classic fly fishing in flowing water, pursuing predators in still water becomes ever more popular.
In this second post of the series I am sharing additional learnings I have had including being lucky in fly fishing, life and business.
Colorado-based Topo Designs has made itself a name in the outdoor industry with innovative bags and apparel.
I have just returned from several days of fly fishing. And, as is always the case when I am away, I thought … a lot.
Once upon a time the Irish counties Mayo and Galway were home to renegades and outlaws.
In his book architect Juhani Pallasmaa explains the necessity of integrating all five senses to feel connected.
A recent comment left on one of my clips on You Tube interested me greatly as to what exactly it is people are looking for when visiting the river Spey and other salmon rivers.
In the last years, many fly fishermen tend to prefer exotic waters to their home waters. Or at least they try to plan a fly fishing trip to remote destinations.
Truth be told I’ve never found the high tide view of Cape Cod Bay to be very inspiring.
Follow Hans van Klinken to Mongolia to catch lenok, taimen and grayling on his Klinkhamer pattern.