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Stonefly and Caddis in May

Stonefly and Caddis in May

I visit my rivers like a river keeper throughout the year. I know exactly what the water levels are, how they’re doing and what to expect next. I live with them and think I understand their cycle. Even though the changing climate is contributing to new and unexpected entries in my diary, I pretty much […]

Spring fly fishing

Spring fly fishing

When it comes to preparation for spring fly fishing, few things change. I pretty much fish the same flies as last year. I to reach for my favorite rod the lines and I am used to. But most importantly my flies are pretty much the same. Here are my favorite flies for spring fly fising […]

Tying Mohican Mayfly Step by Step

Tying Mohican Mayfly Step by Step

This Step-by-Step guide helps you tie the Mohican Mayfly 2.0. The fly is based on Oliver Edwards’ great pattern. The pattern is modified and simplified using modern fly tying techniques. The fly is also dubbed differently than the original. In this example the fly is tied to imitate an Ephemera Danica.

Spent Spinners

Spent Spinners – Seven ideas for successful fishing

Don’t you just love those summer evenings when it all comes together after good may fly hatch, and the evening show opens with a magnificent spinner fall?

Spent Spinner Wings

Spent Spinner Wings

It’s impossible to fish a mayfly hatch cycle without having spinners in your fly box. Either in the form of an upright version, or the version imitating the flat and dead spent spinner.