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BWO Blue winged olive

The BWO – the Blue Winged Olive

Next to the midge, the Blue Winged Olives (The Ephemerella Ignita, Aurivilli and Mucronata) are probably the most important bug that fish feed on. No doubt, tying them is part of the fun. Having the right imitation in your box is key to a successful season at the river on those warm summer hatches.

Sparkle Dun

The Comparadun Magic

Doug Swisher and Carl Richards must be one of the most important contributors to modern fly tying and fly fishing. Their practical approach to effective fishing flies changed modern fly fishing.

Flyfishing

Spring Baetis Hatch

Mid May 2015: We were all set and ready to go for our 10th trip of the season. With low expectations, I set out as always with high hopes. The weather was unstable. Overcast, but the forecast predicted rising temperatures, no wind and a chance to see the sun in the afternoon. Still a hope, […]

Trout

Fly tying season starts

The bitter cold winter is setting in as quickly as spring came this year. Sadly the fly fishing season has ended, but now the fly tying season starts.

Coffee at the Rena River

The Final Act

The fly fishing season is coming to an end, and this year – as always – I am hoping for some last chance at the brownie but preparing for some fantastic days fishing for the lady of the streams.