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Category Archive for 'Flytying'

It has been quite a while since i have written any new articles to update the blog. Before i start to look forward to the twenty thirteen season, i first would like to reflect on the past season of twenty twelve. At the start of last season i had made many plans about my fishing […]

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It has been quite a while since i have fished on the Kings river in Wicklow so over the weekend i decided to make a journey over the mountains to check it out. There had been some rain fall during the previous week so i thought the fresh water in the river would make for some good […]

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We have now reached mid summer and the river Liffey is still continuing to produce some good fishing. Over the past week i was out fishing on the liffey on most evenings. Usually i get down to the river early enough to have a good look around to see what fly life is about. Looking […]

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Fluorocarbon and Flytying

Over the last number of years in the course of my flytying experience, i have experimented with a lot of different types of materials. I have had mixed results with these materials ranging from success to complete failure. One such material that i have had success with and is well known to the angler is  Fluorocarbon. It has many […]

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I first heard of Rathcon Fishery about seven years ago, and with the recommendation of a friend, i got my first chance to fish there a few years ago, and i have continued to fish there on a regular basis ever since. I have been fishing at Rathcon fairly regularly over the past couple of […]

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