Tag: Dordogne

Dordogne

Our Dordogne, I say our because we all love it, because Dordogne is a gift for us, French fly fishermen, a gift because we can fish it from March to November. It’s not an easy river, you have to cast with 18ft tippets… fish is spooky and hard to trick,…

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SWEET BONBON #1

Yeah, boys, YEAH!! This is the way it’s done. I’m so thrilled by this little flick, it’s got everything in spades: photography, nice chromatic coherence, humor, subtlety, some fine tokens of casting, a killing soundtrack by Amon Tobin (who’s not doing much for a long while but is still one of…

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ARGENTAT, DORDOGNE

The guys from Gobages must have done something special to organize “la Fête de la Mouche” (flyfest) in Argentat, Dordogne, and have the luck to have such a nice and warm weather (it’s usually very rainy at the end of October). People gathered from all around to join the party, and it…

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DORDOGNE RIVER IN A CAMPER

from our friend and Ambassador Sebastien from his website Be Combi, a nice week end fishing on the River Dordogne with his camper. Orange is the new black!  If you read french , the whole story is on his blog, but even if you don’t, there are plenty of fantastic pictures, enjoy!

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MARCH BROWN

You are counting the weeks, the days, soon you’ll be counting hours. You are done, you have a one tracked mind, you are obsessed, you become sleepless, you are tired during the day, foul mood is what suites you best. But then, even if your nights get shorter, even if…

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DORDOGNE SKATE

You all know how much we like Dordogne River and also how much we support skateboard. Here’s  what a reader of ours sent us, enjoy and have a nice week end!

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MADE IN DORDOGNE

A little fly fishing postcard from France monsieur !

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THE DORDOGNE, LATE SUMMER

We are lucky and proud. Lucky because we received some awesome films this week and proud, because toaday it’s the second French film we post and they are both awesome (at last)! Pierre Lainé, long time Mouching fan, takes us to the Dordogne River, which we tend to forget a…

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