Micro cosmos at the waterfront
Of course fish plays the key role in fishing, but the taste of fishing
is not in eating fish.
If you look carefully, there are lives of myriads little creatures in,
by and around the waterfront. And in our effort to imitate the living things,
we learn so much of the nature, and its greatness.
Fishing on the global front
Now let us share our fishy stories from Japan and all over the world, as
well as flora & fauna along the way!
I wish our stories will add yet another flavour to your passion for fishing,
and appreciation of the wonderful nature. And of course I very much wish
that this common passion of ours would someday guide us to meet each other,
by the water somewhere.
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Catch & Release
No doubt, catching fish is a cruel act in itself. But it's a proven fact
also that a carefully released fish has a good chance of survival, while
a fish kept is a fish killed so you'd never see her again.
Because we enjoy catching fish so much, we take pride in handling them
with due respect, so we see them swim away.
- a few words more on 'C&R'
Time spent fishing
Fishing was once a means of subsistence, but over time, it has become a
means through which we get in touch with the universe.
In Japan, our native land, numerous streams run down the faces of steep mountains. Wading in a gin clear water while breathing air of solitude, flyfishing to us is 're-creation' in the word's purest sense.
- a few words more on 'Flyfishing'
Welcome to Trouttimes!
The fun and wonder of flyfishing is what this page is all about. Sayuri
& Jack, the flyfishing couple in pursuit of finny beauties are pleased
to host you with fishy stories from all corners of the globe!