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Old 02-05-2014, 12:11 PM
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Default My flyfishing Season 2014

Hi Folks,
Iam back again at my lovley Lake Starnberg,
At my first fishing day with my Fly rod i catched a chub with 50cm and 1600g
i catched him with a nymph, but it was very dificult, because at a lake, it isnt easy, because you must see when the fish takes the nymph

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Gruss Peter,

Nice fish - and nice report.

Just wondering, have you ever fished the River Regen or any of the others near the Czech border? Not that far from Starnberg, and they looked nice when I drove through.
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Gruss Peter,

Nice fish - and nice report.

Just wondering, have you ever fished the River Regen or any of the others near the Czech border? Not that far from Starnberg, and they looked nice when I drove through.

thank you
no because, for me its too far away, i dont have a car, and with train, it is very difficult to get there, 130-200km, for a day trip it is very stressfull

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Fair enough - without a car would be a nightmare.

Another reason to get a car (or motorbike? - better for access to fishing) then ? The scenery is lovely going over from Germany and into the Czech Rep. There was still snow on the top 2 weeks ago when I passed through.

You are rather spoiled I think Peter, as you have plenty of rivers your side in the Bayerisches Wald, plus the Otava and the Vltava just the other side of the border in CR ... and others I guess just down the road in Austria ?

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hi, first, my name is markus, hail peter means petri heil, its our cheers to every fisherman^^

in austria, you pay for a one day pass,40-100 euro, for fishing? i dont suport that mentality, the natural rivers and lakes, must be open for everybody, like in other countrys,

95 euros? how many hours, must normaly people work for that money?

Fliegenfischen in Salzburg Österreich Fliegenfischkurse und Individuelles Guiding mit AUSTRIA GUIDING. Flyfishing Austria im Salzkammergut mit Urs Zulian

motorbike its a good idea, but im a little bit lazy, to visit this regions

to get to my lakes ammersee and starnberger see i only need 30min our 55 min, ill be back at night and i only pay 85 euros for season or 130 euros,
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Hello Markus , yes 95 euro's is steep, you perhaps pay more than that (a lot more in some cases) to fish the very best trout and salmon beats in this country but, for a general days fishing it is expensive. Very nice fish all the same and very well done to you.
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yes i know what you mean, but i hate this mentality, to sell my native land/homeland, it is a capitalistic mentality, i was born in this region, south germany, austria, my forefathers lived here, and build up this region, its my natural right to fish here, and with that prices it is ridiculus for me, im not rich, and im a normal man, with a natural mentality like a native

and thx for your cheers
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Hi Markus, and apologies for the mistake.

I didn't know that about Austria - that's expensive! I was considering a week in the area this summer and liked the idea of fishing 3 countries on 1 trip, but that will have to be 2 countries now I think

I enjoy the exploring, although I'm pretty sure I spend a lot more time researching how and where to get access than I do actually fishing, so I understand your point.

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hi, first, my name is markus, hail peter means petri heil, its our cheers to every fisherman^^

in austria, you pay for a one day pass,40-100 euro, for fishing? i dont suport that mentality, the natural rivers and lakes, must be open for everybody, like in other countrys,

95 euros? how many hours, must normaly people work for that money?

Fliegenfischen in Salzburg Österreich Fliegenfischkurse und Individuelles Guiding mit AUSTRIA GUIDING. Flyfishing Austria im Salzkammergut mit Urs Zulian

motorbike its a good idea, but im a little bit lazy, to visit this regions

to get to my lakes ammersee and starnberger see i only need 30min our 55 min, ill be back at night and i only pay 85 euros for season or 130 euros,
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yes i know what you mean, but i hate this mentality, to sell my native land/homeland, it is a capitalistic mentality, i was born in this region, south germany, austria, my forefathers lived here, and build up this region, its my natural right to fish here, and with that prices it is ridiculus for me, im not rich, and im a normal man, with a natural mentality like a native

and thx for your cheers
Ahh... it is sad. Successful politicians make bad fisherman, and it is perhaps just as true to say good fisherman are bad politicians. But sadly they (politicians) make the rules, and they are not always for the best, If you know what I mean.
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Ahh... it is sad. Successful politicians make bad fisherman, and it is perhaps just as true to say good fisherman are bad politicians. But sadly they (politicians) make the rules, and they are not always for the best, If you know what I mean.
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