My favorite dryfly for caddis hatch
This dryfly trip is the first time ever that I fell when fly fishing. All in all, the trip rumpled pretty much with everything. Although the conditions were great with a nice caddis hatch.
But sometimes things just don’t work out.
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This episode is from Kuhmo Finland, right after midsummer. We were on our way back home from a longer fishing trip (which you can see here).
? In this video you’ll see:
– Dryfly for caddis hatch
– Random little day of flyfishing and dry flies for grayling
– Grayling fly fishing when there’s a nice caddis hatch and a good caddis dry fly for that
– fly fishing in Saarikoski Rapid in Kuhmo. Fishing in Kainuu, Finland
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Dry flies for grayling.
Dryfly day when things started to go very wrong
So. This is the trip that there was a super hatch of caddisfly and I was filming myself while had a fish on. Then fell to the river! And then my camera battery died.
I was fishing for grayling with dryfly when I fell. My friend had earlier caught a grayling with pink ant dryfly.
My selection for the conditions when fish are active and eating from surface was a caddis dry fly with parachute style hackle. I love this dryfly for grayling fly fishing.
The 10k Fly Fishing Experiment continues with dryfly-fishing
This video is part of my 10k Fly Fishing Experiment. I want to share my outdoor adventures with you, to inspire you to get outside while teach you flyfishing basics.
Episode 052 of 10K Fly Fishing Experiment. Hours 857 to 868 out of 10000. Fly-fishing in Saarikoski Rapid in Kainuu Region of Finland. Fishing in Finland.
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Hi Anni, I was pointed to your website by my good friend Hans v Klinken.
As he and a few of us will be visiting Kuhmo next september for some grayling and trout fishing.
Trying to get an impression of what awaits us, it’s nice to go through your blogs. And see what flies, tactics and equipment you guys use.
We’ve all been tying Nalle Puh’s now. So the water will probably beeing bombarded with them. As I see and “try” to read, it’s mainly sedges/caddis. But do you have Ephemeroptera hatches in september? Could not find much about it. But beeing natural and clean rivers and streams, there must be some BWO’s, Stoneclingers and so on. Is there any reference to a website about that, that you can recommend me to read, or go over the pictures, as my knowledge of your language Finnish is still below zero for me at the moment.
Any advise, or pointing to a website is always welcome, and maybe we’ll meet up at that time. I don’t know what Hans has planned for us, so we’ll wait and see. As usual a week’s fishing flies by like it’s no more than a day.
Kind regards, tight lines and a good opening of your fishing season.