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Lake Otamangakau Fly Fishing New Zealand 2014

Posted by John Baker Fly Fishing Guide on April 22, 2014 at 18:00 1 Comment

Easter Weekend 2014.

                                      Over the past 10 days in Paradise the sun has only been out for short periods, but it never stopped Howard and Prassanna from catching our wild rainbows.Prassanna being a novice to fly fishing , after missing the first few take's, finally decided it was time to hook and land his first ever trout. Howard on the other hand experienced, got right into the action landing his biggest trout ever, which was 8,5 lbs. I have not seen or heard any good reports from the Tonngariro or other river around paradise on how there fishing, but all should be great for the coming season ahead. …

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Michigan's March Madness

Posted by MIFlyGuide on February 28, 2014 at 5:50 0 Comments

March is a month well known for many different reasons including college basketball, maple syrup, and of course the official start of Spring.  March in Michigan is also well known for its annual run of steelhead.  As temperatures rise and the snow melts, the rivers swell with both runoff and fish.  The avid fly angler can find themselves right in the middle of the unofficial start of…

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Humpback salmon is our friend!

Posted by Vasil on February 1, 2014 at 11:02 1 Comment

            The Atlantic salmon, certainly, has a priority on Kola peninsula. But after all it is interesting  to fish trout, there are fans of grayling. Sea trout fishing in estuary, in a tidal zone became superpopular. For many now it is fishing №1. And the humpback salmon - gorbusha is still pushed on a background.
           But after all it is the most beautiful fish! In struggle on a hook it simply mad and such sprinters are not present at us more. The humpback salmon can break all records on breakages and descents. It is so much damnations from delight in the address any other fish, probably, did not hear. Also has put here not in size, the humpback salmon will not be compared in it to a salmon. Business in…
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NewSmyrnaBeach Backcountry 2014 Daytona Orlando MosquitoLagoon

Posted by Capt. Michael Savedow on January 22, 2014 at 16:29 0 Comments

A mix of temperatures earlier this January 2014 here in East Central Florida, with some chilly periods of 30’s to 40’s at night, then a few days of warm weather with days in the mid 70’s to 80 degrees, has changed into a mainly cold pattern with water temperatures staying in the mid to lower 50’s as of now in late Jan. Live shrimp and finger mullet are our main baits for shallow water Redfish, jig heads with Gulp shrimp the choice for deeper holes and sloughs off the flats. Schooling fish are the winter norm in the chilly winter water on Mosquito Lagoon. In the backcountry on cold days the winding creeks with deep holes are target areas dropping baits into the pretty deep green colored holes. Early winter a couple weeks ago one of the fun trips I had with regular clients from Deland Florida, Lorin and brother Mark, Chuck and son Charlie caught 6 Redfish up to  28” on the flats and a dozen Trout fishing jigs. Charlie was all smiles after catching his 27”…

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