Filmed amongst some of New Zealand's most stunning wilderness waters, acclaimed NZ Fishing Guide Dean Bell returns in ‘Stealth with a Fly’, to address in detail the most common issues fly anglers face when trout fishing.
With an emphasis on the importance of line management and line control, the parts of each are broken down and analyzed individually in clear and easy to understand terminology.
‘Stealth with a Fly’ is for the fly fisherman seeking insight into converting angling opportunity into greater angling success.
To buy or to read more about this DVD om site: http://www.stealthfilms.co.nz
Casting That Fly 1 & 2 Lars Chr. Bentsen is a certifed Master Casting Instructor with the International Federation of Fly Fishers and is recognised internationally for his ability to teach fly casting.
In these movies he goes through casting a single hand flyrod.
The first movie is primarily for beginners. The second movie is more in depth with specialty casts and an important section of common casting faults and how to correct them. A good fly cast is easy and elegant, and these movies teaches you to achieve that.
More info at wideopen.dk
UNI-PRODUCTS Ste Melanie, Quebec, Canada
August 16, 2013
New UNI-French Oval Copper Sizes
UNI-Products, a world leader in the supply of spooled fly-tying materials, announces the addition of small and medium copper UNI-French Oval tinsel to their comprehensive selection of tinsel products. Among others, the new sizes will be appreciated by salmon-fly tiers wanting a more subdued look than that offered by gold or silver for their oval tinsel tags and ribs.
With the inclusion of the new sizes UNI is now able to offer UNI-French Oval in four colors and twelve sizes---silver (4), gold (4), copper (3) and pewter (1). In addition to regular single-color packaging, UNI offers a combo package with 20 spools of the most popular sizes of UNI-French Oval, UNI-French Embossed and UNI-French Wire.
Ask your local fly-shop for the new UNI-French Oval Copper sizes and visit our website for information about all our products.
Look to UNI-Products for the best in specialty fly-tying materials and accessories.
UNI-PRODUCTS Ste Melanie, Quebec, Canada
February 20, 2013
New Mylar Colors from UNI
UNI-Products, a world leader in the supply of spooled fly-tying materials, announces the addition of two fresh colors to their very popular UNI-Mylar line. The new colors—Holographic Light Blue and Holographic Chartreuse—are available in three widths: #10 (1/16"), #12 (3/64"), and #14 (1/32"). These exciting new shades add to the versatility of the existing lineup: Holographic Black, Holographic Orange, Holographic Red, Holographic Silver, Gold/Silver, Red/Green, Copper/Blue, Peacock/Orange, and Pearl. Tiers now have fifteen colors at their disposal for creating attractive bodies and ribs, adding flash to wings and tails, producing tough and attractive wingcases, or serving as a base for spun bodies, to name just a few uses.
Visit our website for information on all our products.
Look to UNI-Products for the best in spooled fly-tying materials and accessories.
Oslo, Norway, October 5th, 2012
ArcticSilver is a new brand committed to creating innovative and iconic fly fishing products. With the revolutionary Free-Flex concept, ArcticSilver offers the most exciting rods on the market for today’s demanding fly fishers.
ArcticSilver introduces the Fre-Flex concept
inovative company in more than one sense
Ambitious and passionate
Building on experience
If you have any questions,
feedback or ideas, we’re here for you.
Thanks for your time.
Tight lines Robert Selfors //
Founder and fly fisher
First Gear Iceland
Haukadalsa is one of the top 12 salmon rivers in Iceland. Famous for its’ outstanding natural beauty, excellent catch statistics and plentiful pools in a relatively compact river. The waterlevels in the Haukadalsa remain steady even in periods of dry weather due to itsīlocation near lake Haukadalsa and the sea. It is difficult to find a river of this caliber so near Reykavik but Haukadalsa kan be reached in under 2 hours by car from the capital. The beautiful river Haukadalsa is 8 km long but hosts over 40 unusually large pools of crystal clear water. Fished by only 5 rods, it offers varied, interesting and rewarding flyfishing within easy reach. Less walking-more fishing!
A new chapter in Haukadalsa history starts on June 10th 2013. The fishing season will embrace new leaseholders, newly refurbished lodge, new guides and new menu. Haukadalsa will from this date be a strictly flyfishing- only river. What remains is the genuinely warm welcome and the Icelandic fishing experience of a lifetime.
The Haukadalsa has been host to avid flyfishermen and women from all over the world for over 30 years, many of of whom return again and again. We look forward to welcoming them in years to come but we are also excited to share this gem of a river with those of you who are looking for outstanding fishing and warm hospitality in an exceptional setting.
The lodge will be tastefully refurbished with new décor and furniture without losing its comfortable, familiar atmosphere.
The weekly menu has been composed with the help of a well known Icelandic chef using mainly locally produced fresh ingredients to produce mouthwatering meals. Our cook and her assistants will continue to make sure nobody leaves the table dissatisfied in any way.
One of the most significant changes at Haukadalsa will be the addition to the Haukadalsa team of two fulltime guides. Both Sigthor and Thorgils have been working for many years at top rivers in Iceland. We are very proud to have these two experienced guides as part of our team.
We respect the natural ecosystems in the river and want to ensure a healthy supply of salmon for many years to come. We know that most true fishermen feel the way we feel about catching fish. It is the exhilaration of fishing and catching that we are hooked on, not bringing home a freezer full of fish! We have decided that, in line with most top rivers in Iceland, Haukadalsa should be a fly only river with a maximum take of 2 salmon a day. Our guests will naturally be allowed to catch and release as many fish as desired!
Please visit our website www.haukadalsa.is for more information and recent photographs. We will be happy to talk to you personally to give you a chance to ask all the questions you may have. For high resolution photographs suitable for publication, please refer to gallery on website and contact us with any requests.
As always, Tight Lines!
Eva and Ken Deurloo
Best regards and Tight Lines
Eva Deurloo, First Gear Iceland
COFISHING, the first social network for fishing...
This site is the first social network that will let you offer and find someone to go fishing with you and/or somewhere to stay to go fishing.
Find new fishing friends that can offer you local fishing knowledge, accommodation, friendship and you can offer the same to others.
Created by a passionate french fisherman. The site is in French, English and Spanish.
Take a look at this new site: www.cofishing.net
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think on the facebook page of the site:
USING A MINI CAM AND A MONITOR FOR SPOTTING THE FISH UNDER WATER - ALL IN WIRELESS MODE
THE CRUCIAL QUESTION - WHERE
ARE THE FISH?
GET A WIRELESS VIDEO PICTURE OF
WHAT GOES ON BELOW THE WATER SURFACE
A SIMPLE TOOL TO USE!
WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES?
For more information you are very welcome to collect further information from Lars.
Lars Vedsø, CEO VEDSO FISH TECH
Phone: (+45) 97 20 88 28
Nymph Bead Brass bead heads
Our ambition is to provide you the best products to let your imagination go free in your own nymph's creation. Our products are developped in the most commonly used dimensions and colors. Our brass bead heads make your nymphs look more "natural". They also increase the weight of the fly and make it swim better.
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As of season 2012 BFD Flyfishing offers salmon fishing on Almås beat.
Mr Michael Nyberg, who is one of the men behind BFD Flyfishing gives his views on the beat and salmon fishing in general in river Gaula. - We at BFD Flyfishing has fished this stretch many years earlier when it was a day permit beat and knows what it delivers. We are extremely pleased to now be able to offer an exclusive, good fishing to one of the best rates Gaula currently offers. In recent years there has been an extreme increase in prices of all fishing in Gaula and it has unfortunately come to such levels that the "ordinary man" soon not afford to go fishing in Gaula at all.
We at BFD Flyfishing has a saying, "by fishermen for fishermen". As we like to fish for our self this is a way for us to guarantee our own fishing on a beat that we know deliver but of course at the same time we must raise money to bring in gross margin for the lease. For this reason we have chosen to put us at a price that is very attractive mainly for the Norwegian and Swedish fishermen who over the years seen their old beats become untenable expensive. We also have some inquiries from Germany, England and Denmark.
Our vision is to create a fishing beat that with our service, accommodation and nature experiences are an important piece that we as fishermen ourselves value during a fishing week in with our friends.
The beat also includes an excellent accommodation in a fully-equipped Norwegian cabin with plenty of room, large sun deck, shower room, etc. We will also offer the sale of some materials such as flies, tippet material, hooks, etc. for our guests.
We have got approved to handle the decinfection of equipment on site, all to give 100% service to our guests.
For more information go to www.bfd-flyfishing.nu
The Fish & The
Fly 3. Terrestrials
This is dry fly fishing at its best.
Terrestrials are land based insects - grasshoppers, beetles, Daddy Long Legs etc. Imitations of these insects are natural additions to any flybox and Morten Oeland shows why. We join him as he uses his fantastic imitations on a number of fishingtrips in Denmark, Greenland, Germany, New Zealand and Swedish Lapland.
We follow him as he chooses his fly, tactic and fishing technique in every situation. The film is packed with fact and information about fishing the terrestrial.
Morten is a skilled and experienced flytier. The second movie on the DVD is about the tying of the imitations he uses. He shows step by step how he ties his original, simple and highly innovative flies.
This is an instructive movie, which is also full of great moments and exciting fishing situations. Morten catches lots of beautiful fish in amazing surrouding. A film of the same high standards as the previous movies in this series
Two movies in one package. First 50 minutes of fly fishing and then 53 minutes of fly tying. Movie available on both English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and German.
More info on: http://www.wideopen.dk
Mc Steen Flyreels present new trout reel
Mc Steen proudly presents a new reel with a classic look. It has well designed and tested brake system that allow you to use the lightest leaders.
This reel is made by a skilled Swedish toolmaker who use only the best material. The casing is turned from one piece of high grade aluminium and all parts are tooled to very exact measurements. Working parts run on three ball bearings.
All parts are corrosion resistant. This reel will last a lafetime. Side plates, rims gold colored. The reel can also be ordered in all black.
Choose right or left hand. Comes in soft leather pouch.
Technical specifications McSteen
More info on
TightLines is a
Use it to report your fish tours. Including photos taken of the fish.
Follow the mini guide in the catch
Available in Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English language..
A fish condition calculator is also included in the application.