Baztek it was the enhanced turnover leader that I use, if I am fishing nymphs and spot rising fish I just change tippet and fly, if I the conditions are windy and I was not wanting to swap around I would use my dry set up. Cheers Kevin
Great idea I have them on a safety pin, but never thought to thread them on the pin I usually drop half of them on the ground, and then chuck the rest up the field out of frustration, saved me money there. CHEERS Kevin
Thanks for your reply. Since placing the post I have spoken to a few people and they have all answered the same as your friend it seems a good variety of sizes is important as well so i better get tying. Many thanks again devenish1 cheers Kevin,
Hi there looking for a bit of help my cousin is going to Alaska grayling fishing on the alagnak river want to tie him a few flies dry and nymphs if any one can help with types or size it would be great . Cheers Kevin.
Steven there is a guide called Andy buckley, he did a blog of his holiday in Slovenia it showed his hotel by a river in that, or try to contact him hes always on social media he has a fishing girlfriend called lena she posts on facbook aswell hope this helps Kevin
I have not fished in Slovenia, but if you were to book a guide they would pick you up from the airport take you to your hotel and take you fishing each day, it might work out a bit more, but I'm sure it would save you time and you would see and visit more rivers for the kind of fishing you...
Being quite forgetful, I have driven away from fishing twice In the last 3 years leaving my rod propped up on a fence, returned both times to find they had gone claimed on my house insurance no problem both times, so I would check your policy before taking a fishing insurance out.