Oct. 3-6 - Austria in Autumn
Another visit in the Austrian stream.
In the alpine valley, the arrival of the winter is early. In the afternoon
sun, fish quietly sips on the drifting midgets. A fine game to finish off
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If the picture evokes an image of Hercules subduing leviathan, you may
be right! Though it was Sayuri, who actually caught this halibut, and this
fish - which looks monster to me - incidentally is a young fish called
'chicken' up there!
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Aug.23 - Sept.8 British Columbia, B.C.
Salmon fishing in the renowned fishery, Skeena in British Columbia.
July 6 - the Lake O
First scouting expedition to the famed fishery, Oostvoornsemeer by Rotterdam.
The big saline lake, with a maximum depth of 40m, was to shoot us with
a silver bullet right in the hearts!!
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June 21 - La@Strange again
Fish rising for midgets, we spent hours casting #22 flies but without a
success. Pissed off, I threw #8 mammoth fly and it was taken right away
by a 47cm beauty. With this finny creature there are yet so many mysteries
End May - The first visit in Austria
Beautiful rivers in a great landscape. Even occasional big trout to catch.
A great holiday destination for all flyfishers.
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May - The first victory on the Dutch front
The self-assigned ordeal ''No fish no beer'' paid off in the end. (Though
the beer had got warmed up meanwhile.) The lesson: You can't have a beer
and fish with it, too.
Late April to May@- Back in Japan
Having been away for a year and a half, the reunion with our favourite
stream was not short of emotions.
At the kind invitation of my fishing friends,
I enjoyed a fun seabass fishing also.
19 April - Fished in La Strange, Belgium.
First half of the day produced little action, until shortly after lunch,
when a powerful 46cm rainbow took Sayuri's mayfly dun.
Fishing picked up toward the evening, with even decent-sized brownies
coming up to join the dryfly buffet. All in all, a good day to start the new season.
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