Friday, 17 July 2020

A little more about Berchtesgaden, with Wolfgang Fabisch

Picture of the week, Fabisch Fly Fishing, Week 29 -  2020

The home of the large brown trout

From 2021 I will offer again fly fishing courses in Berchtesgaden. There will be two different course variants. Four days for starters with little or no knowledge, three days for advanced learners.

Friday, 3 July 2020

The gold bead nymph, almost a myth? I think so!

Some information about the nymph, here the gold bead nymph.

With the best bait for fly fishing, the gold bead nymph

The nymph has been fishing for a long time. At that time, the separation between nymph and wet fly was rather blurred! The nymph with head, this one at the beginning made of brass, is about 30 years old! Learn more about the nymph with a head.

Friday, 22 May 2020

Our junior anglers, here one with a nice pike

Picture of the week, Fabisch Fly Fishing, Week 21 -  2020


Collin, 10 years old, with big pike


Our young fishermen are active in all areas of fishing. It is particularly gratifying when this activity is rewarded with particularly beautiful catches, like with this pike. For others, this may be an incentive.

Saturday, 2 May 2020

Even in this time there are still positive experiences

Picture of the week, Fabisch Fly Fishing, Week 18 -  2020

The Wiesent holds a lot of large trout

Fortunately, even in complicated times like now, there are positive experiences. This certainly includes catching such a beautiful brown trout. I wish you all patience and positive experiences.

Saturday, 25 April 2020

The Pegnitz, a karst river in Franconia

Picture of the week, Fabisch Fly Fishing, Week 17 -  2020

A karst river in Franconia, the Pegnitz

The Pegnitz in Franconia is a karst river in Franconia. Not as well known as the Wiesent, it has an absolutely equivalent Mayfly hatch!

Friday, 10 April 2020

Somehow somewhat unreal ... when fly fishing

Picture of the week, Fabisch Fly Fishing, Week 15 -  2020

It's seems all a bit unreal

The way to the fish water, here to the Wiesent river, seems very unreal. Nature simply continues to function, probably better without us than with us.

Still a happy Easter for everyone.