Tag: Ombre

Eat Sleep Fish #39

Grayling! Grayling! Grayling! That’s what you are going to get on the first pages of the new issue from Eat Sleep Fish the 39th issue, a pleasure for the eyes! You want to become a fishing guide? You think it’s the best job ever? K.Y Jelly ??? What a lubricant has…

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Winter Grayling, British grayling

In Europe there is one fish we love, delicate, fun to catch, versatile, and most of all we can fish it when the trout season is over, and it’s a beautiful fish, the Grayling! Here’s a nice three pounder in a secret river in the UK. The video will be…

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Ribnik

Ribnik River, Bosnia, probably one of the most beautiful rivers of the area, beautiful enough to go to Bosnia just to have the pleasure to catch grayling and trout from its ginclear water….we should say Slivović clear!

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WINTER, WINTERFISH

Grey winter days, cold waters that could stop you to get to the river. How nice and comfortable would it be to stay home and read by the fireplace, but we are driven by something in us that makes get out watever the weather is, we are attracted to the waters,…

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“CATCH MY FLY” IN BOSNIA

The guys from Catch My Fly go streching their lines in Bosnia.

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IN LOVE

You could see that as benign footage about “flyfishing for grayling in Älvdalen, Dalarna.” as the guy says. But not from where I stand. For me, it’s a love poem, it’s direct from the heart of a guy in love, and that reeks with these feelings that may be cheesy…

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THE FLYFISH JOURNAL

The Flyfish Journal, so beautiful, as usual. Once you’ve opened the first page, you can’t get your eyes out of it. This issue of The Flyfish Journal, like all the others, is a gift for our fishermen’s eyes. You don’t have it? It’s about ime you suscribe! From Bosnia to…

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THYMALLUSAURUS REX

Why do I go fishing? For many reasons. But one of them is surely for catching an exceptionnal fish. Today, one of these rare moments happened, with my fishing brother David. And this, on my natal river (as the salmons use to say). Thank You Mother Nature.

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