Oh. My. God. What a great intro, the best i have seen by now! The rest of the video is badass pike fishing with streamers, makes me want to tie purple and blue streamers with a lot of flash! Seems to work there. If you have also missed part one, just click here! Find the great take in that one. Just relax and get in the mood of pike fly fishing, starting after their spawning time. TL Lukas
Next weekend, I'm gonna visit my brother Lukas in London. We have the chance to fish some beautiful and famous rivers that weekend and we'll surely let you know how it all went. This fantastic video could give you a little hint... Tight lines Kristof From the producer: Big pike don't feed everyday... they can go weeks between meals if conditions aren't right. To catch a big pike you have to be in the right place at the right time. To catch a big pike consistently you have to be in the right...
Just after returning from the Trentino in Italy, Lukas, Church, Maxi and Kris met at the Regen river in Bavaria, an eldorado for pike fishing with the fly. It was one of the hottest days that summer so we didn't expect much...little did we know...! Enjoy!
I´m getting more and more into the tying world of musky streamers lately. I do not know why, but somehow most of the streamers used for musky differ quite a lot from those used for pike, especially in Europe. This year I started doing some research on the different techniques and materials the good folks in the US use for their flies. In my opinion, the first real difference is that most of the musky patterns are still tied using only natural ingredients, or at least to a big part (for example...
Two days ago I managed to sneak out and do some pikefishing - simply needed a short break from all the exam stress. I was afraid that the river could be frozen, but it turned out to be perfectly fishable. I didn't catch a single fish, but had some real quality time outdoors.
It was on our second day at the Rena river when we decided to quit trout fishing because of heavy wind and no surface activity in order to chase pike instead. We changed the five weights to nines and tens and headed to a place we knew from the year before.