Perhaps no other place is synonymous with fly fishing in the United States like Montana is. Its' lineup of streams read like a who’s who : Madison, Big Horn, Big Hole, Jefferson, Ruby, and Missouri just to name a few. If you want to hold up your end of a conversation in fly fishing circles you have to say you’ve been there to even begin to earn credibility. Fly fishing’s Shangri la, so to speak.
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Flyfishing in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Although by living in Austria someone has access to some of the finest grayling waters in Europe (Salza Gschoeder river, Traun, Steyr, etc), the stories we here most are about capital grayling caught every year in Lappland. We have been planing a trip to Lappland and with our group we starter exploring the possibility to travel in June/July 2012. Austrian waters are rich with grayling, but you rarely catch capital species.
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Swedish trout at Hökensås
I was first introduced to troutfishing when I was 12 years old. After spending our holidays in Denmark, my parents decided that we should try Sweden. They had found a place called Hökensås, with several lakes, stocked with rainbow trout.
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I will start by telling that, since I made my first cast with a flyrod, I have always prefered to fish in freshwater. I simply love sitting at the bank of a river in northern Scandinavia, watching Grayling and Trout feed on the surface.
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The name of our country, The Netherlands, literally means the Low Lands. Most off our land lies below sea level and thus we do not have typical streams that flow through the landscape. Our country is like a delta formed by the great rivers flowing out from the alps en Ardennes.
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New models from Maui Jim sunglasses
You might want to put a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses on your wish list, so take a look at the website to see if there is a style that you can't live without.
Maui Jim Sunglasses
Bass - the movie
This year HowardFilms went on a road trip for America's most infamous underwater creature: The Largemouth Bass.
We wanted to see this fish up close and personal, but were not sure how it could have the drama of a saltwater fish haunting white-sand flats. So, we spent a year looking around for the right place to start our odyssey.
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