Spring is sea trout season – at least along the northern European coastlines of countries such as Denmark, Sweden and Germany. This simple pattern imitates a sea trout’s favorite food: shrimp.
Every fly fisherman has his own all-star flies for his fishing season. He won’t head to the river without those patterns in the box.
Besides classic fly fishing in flowing water, pursuing predators in still water becomes ever more popular with a streamer like this.
Colorado-based Topo Designs has made itself a name in the outdoor industry with innovative bags and apparel.
Truth be told I’ve never found the high tide view of Cape Cod Bay to be very inspiring.
Spey flies originated in the 1800’s on the salmon rivers of Northern Scotland.
After nearly 44 years of dry fly fishing for Atlantic salmon I must admit that I did not often write about this wonderful, leaping silver fish or the special flies and techniques that I use to catch them.
Coastal cutthroat trout are the chippy younger brothers of the anadromous fish aristocracy on the Northwest Coast.
With a water repellent coating, the “Bag” from Danish outerwear brand Rains is the right choice for a weekend (fishing) trip.
In his studio in Munich, Germany, Robert Stroh builds some of the finest bamboo rods across Europe.
Swedish architect Christian Hörgren turned a passion into a proper side job, becoming a rod builder. His glass fiber rods are valued from the US to Japan.
Home to the rivers of the Pacific Northwest and the West Coast of Canada, coastal cutthroat can be caught from small mountains streams all the way to the sea.
A few years ago I visited my brother who was studying in England back then. On a night out with his friends I was talking about my passion for fly fishing.
There are few salmon fishermen in Germany who haven’t heard of Taki Alvanos. Based in Hamburg, he is the go-to-guy when it comes to choosing your two hand setup.