Friday, 21 April 2017

Saturday, 15 April 2017

Lakes and Ponds in Western Canada - Lacs et étangs dans l'Ouest du Canada

Picture of the Week 15, Photo de la semaine 15, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

private lake
Sometimes a very good alternative, a private lake
Parfois, une très bonne alternative, un lac privé

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Fabisch Bargain Department Products for Fly Fishing and Fly Tying

Special Bargains

Our Bargain Department offers leftover items, items about to be dropped and items I have been able to buy at bargain prices myself. I will sell all my stock until it is liquidated.
Special Sale Fabisch Flyline One
Fly Line One
All good things must come to an end. This sale of Fabisch Flyline One is the end of an era. This fly line has been successful on the market for over 15 years. Only weights #7 and #8 are available any more.

This Flyline has a standard WF-Taper, but an experienced caster is able to hold over 20 m in the air. It shoots very well, and it has only very little memory down to - 10°C. Another advantage: this line comes in a fly box. Overall length 30 m, color buckskin.
Item # 500xx (for WF#7 = 70, for WF#8 =80)
Price now can$ 44,- instead of can$ 89,- until stock is lquidated.
Shipping to Canada is can$ 5.- for a single fly line. For more thean one please ask for the shipping price. 
Please use our contact page to order or for request.

Saturday, 11 March 2017

The Isar River Above The Town Of Bad Tölz - Le Isar-dessus de Bad Tölz

Picture of the Week 10, Photo de la semaine 10, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

 The Isar River Above The Town Of Bad Tölz
When people have lots of time at their disposal, they might do things like this...
Quand les gens ont beaucoup de temps à leur disposition, ils pourraient faire des choses comme ça ...

Saturday, 4 March 2017

The Bow River near Banff - La rivière Bow près de Banff

Picture of the Week 09, Photo de la semaine 09, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

The Bow River near Banff
The Bow River - Gin Clear And Oligotrophic, La rivière Bow - Gin clair et oligotrophe

Friday, 24 February 2017

Proposal for an Alternative Itinerary - Proposition d'itinéraire alternatif

Picture of the Week 08, Photo de la semaine 08, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

Crows Nest area
Here is a suggestion for a "small" West - Canada tour. It leads through British Columbia and Alberta.
Voici une suggestion pour une "petite" tournée Ouest - Canada. Elle mène à travers la Colombie-Britannique et l'Alberta.
Near Crow´s Nest - à côté de Crows Nest

Saturday, 18 February 2017

Full Steam into Spring - Pleine vapeur dans le printemps

Picture of the Week 07, Photo de la semaine 07, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

 Full Steam into Spring
Almost a Promise of a Beautiful Tomorrow - Presque une promesse d'une belle demain

Friday, 17 February 2017

Friday, 10 February 2017

Small but great , Petit mais grand

Picture of the Week 06, Photo de la semaine 06, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

Small but great steelhead
Not a Giant, but Nevertheless a Beauty, Pas un géant, mais néanmoins une beauté

Saturday, 4 February 2017

Saturday, 28 January 2017

More than 10 Years Back, Plus de 10 ans Retour

Picture of the Week 04, Photo de la semaine 04, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

More than 10 Years Back, Vancouver

Approach to Vancouver in September 2006, Approche de Vancouver en septembre 2006
Next time, new feature for the Norvise!
La prochaine fois, nouvelle fonctionnalité pour le Norvise

Saturday, 21 January 2017

The Current Situation in Franconia - La situation actuelle en Franconie

Picture of the Week 03, Photo de la semaine 03, 2017 - Fabisch Fly Fishing

The Current Situation in Franconia
On My Way to Work, January 20th, 2017 - 08:30 a.m. with minus 10 degrees  I did the picture
Sur le chemin du travail 20/01/2017, 08.30Uhr, -10 degrés j'ai fait la photo

Friday, 20 January 2017

Stainless steel fly tying tools, produced in Germany by W Fabisch

Friends who knew what I was about to develop did not exactly consider my idea brilliant. To make new fly tying tools from stainless steel, and - on top of that - made 100% in Germany made them think I was off my rocker.

stainless steel fly tying tools

Lots of obstacles had to be cleared, my new ideas had to be turned into real products, and materials had to be procured from several manufacturers: stainless steel for machining and also stainless steel spring wire.
Take the head of the hackle pliers: the design has been known as Dorin pliers, but it has so far only been available in nickel-plated versions. This part, however, is produced to my specification in the required size in stainless steel. Thus 6 out of 7 tools are made completely from stainless steel, even the spring ring connecting the hackle pliers to the handle. The only metal part not made from stainless steel is the bodkin tip, because the steel I use instead lasts longer in this type of application. 
Now we’re ready: all new tools are available and have been field tested by fly tiers. For further details see the fly tying tools page