Salt water fishing 365 days/year…. Southern California, where you never know what you’re gonna get! There ain’t nothing like salt water fly fishing, they say, it’s true that salt water fish gives you a jolt no other fish does!
Trout, Catfish, Seatrout, Perch, Barbel and Pike, Sound like a song…or a restaurant’s menu! It’s Nacho’s playing friends. If you ever go to Spain, try go fish with him, he on ly goes for BIG fish! And for those who are sending us mail saying there are too many Hero Shots in the fly fishing world, we agree, those one are probably the last one we post.
You want to catch BIG trout? They sure like streamers… Here’s your Sunday film, Obsession by Joe Cima – Mountain Made Media, a season catching big trout in Oregon. Fifteen minutes of happyness.
There it is, a few feet away, you don’t want to scare that fish, it a BIG fish, you’ve been hicking hours, you are tensed, you need a steady arm, your feelings, all that goes through your mind, should not interfere. Ok, but, do you have the right fly, what about all the things you don’t control? Dave and Amelia Jensen proove us once more that the joy of fly fishing is something so hard to explain to the non fisher, what we really feel is indiscriptable.
At last! Youguys remember when we talked about Waypoints, latest COnfluence’s film? Well, now you can watch it on your screen through Vimeo on Demand! I’m sorry I can’t write anything else, I have a film to watch!
When it comes down to energetic editing and footage to make us want to be by the river NOW, Outsmarting Fish comes a long!
Our friend Ken from Elsass has made a film on his last Russian trip, big salmon there is indeed on that clip! And with the soundtrack (Masikulu Dub) it becomes a full action movie! Salmon fishing, it’s all about frustration, worst than Permit fishing!
Maybe you’ve got a kid, and you’d like her to play with something that would slowly infuse her with the fly obsession. Maybe you don’t want your casting arm to rust during the off season, and want to be on top of your game for the opening. Maybe you’re a newbie, and you’d like to get acquainted with the sport before actually going on the water. Maybe you’ve got a thing for gadgets. Or maybe you’re like me, maybe you’re just in love with the flying line, you get off feeling the loop traveling down the line, feeling the fine flex of the rod…
If you fall in any of these categories, or related ones, then you may want to consider an indoors rod. The last couple of years have seens plenty of those very short rods, including a special line, designed to practice at home. The basic argument is that fly fishing is like so many other disciplines: good training opens doors, and finally makes the experience more intense, and the pleasure deeper. I’m not sure everyone feels it, but I certainly do. You know, that moment when you lie the line exactly where you wanted, backhanded and under that branch, and in the middle of your grin, there’s the idea that this cast deserves a take, and that last year you would have ended in the tree for sure… Read more…
At Le Mouching, we’re not very fan of fly fishing made with a GoPro ON the fisherman, it moves to much, it shakes, it makes us dizzy… but from time to time we post one, and we chose this one for the dialogs and because it’s always nice to see a Fiberglass rod working, You see how differently you fight the fish than with a carbon rod? It’s a real pleasure to watch. But please all of GoPro users, think about us when you shoot… we like handheld or steady camera, it prevents us from beeing sick on our keyboard! Nice rod indeed!