Hare’s Ear, Red Tag and Pheasant Tail Nymphs – Tie TV. In this episode, shot during a FLY TV filming in Eastern Finland, Cato Vivelid Monsen will go through his three favorite nymph flies for grayling and brown trout and show us exactly how to tie them – the Hare’s Ear Nymph, the Red Tag […]
Grayling flyfishing in Scandinavia.
Grayling fishing on the River Glomma – August 2018. We had five days fishing on the Glomma with some lovely scenery and plenty of Grayling around the 40-50 cm. Mostly nymph fishing with the odd bit of dry fly fishing as the summer hatches had all but gone and only a few sedges […]
This Cast Away magazine was published on June 22nd, 2018. It deals especially with flyfishing for grayling. You can read the digital magazine at https://issuu.com/castawayflyfishingmagazine/docs/graylingissuu.
With its distinctive sailfish-like dorsal fin, the grayling is perhaps the most striking of Alaskan game fish. Found in lakes, small streams, and big rivers. Peak fishing for Grayling is June through August. Most grayling average 8-14 inches and about 1 lb, but fish up to 24 inches and 4 lbs have been recorded. Feeding […]
Michigan’s historic effort to reintroduce Arctic grayling to the state’s waters will be supported by a grant of $11,000 from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation to the Michigan DNR’s Fisheries Division. Arctic grayling thrived in northern Michigan’s cold-water streams until the onset of the 20th century. Fishermen and wildlife enthusiasts visited destinations such as […]
Grayling Land is a short film about fishing for grayling on the River Teviot in Scotland. Grayling Land from Speycast Media on Vimeo. Grayling are among the most beautiful and most respected freshwater fishes in the northern hemisphere.
Consumers Energy Foundation awards grant to support Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians and Michigan Technological University have received a Consumers Energy Foundation grant of $117,175 to support efforts to bring back the extirpated Arctic grayling to Michigan waters. The Consumers Energy Foundation grant […]
The information and statistics regarding the 2016 season on the Gjerfloen Fluefiske stretch on the Trysil River in Norway make for some interesting reading. They prove that on a stretch with a strict catch and release policy, that there are more and bigger grayling and trout to be caught there. You will also find info […]
The angling club “Kreisfischereiverein e.V. Düren” has some interesting fly-water on sixteen kilometers of the RIver Rur reserved for its members. With Cora Nicolasen I fished a number of stretches there in early September. Website: www.kreisfischereiverein-dueren.de.