Hi MaksChubs look wery deadly..
I dont appreciate to see dead fish on fly-fishing forums.
Com on ..I dont know are those dead chubs but that is only chub.It is actually good deed if those two are dead:thumbs:It is not forbidden to catch and kill chub as much as you like on my home town waters for example ...
And I understand your point but UK forum is full with photos of dead fish.Just check threads about English rivers and lakes...
haha..I dont think that English are to blame about inventing C&RTo be frank - we took after the method "catch and release" from England and USA, so if on our fly fishing forums appears picture with any dead fish - it will be immediately deleted and you can forget to be the member of this web site or it will be very difficult to raise your reputation. Even now on other fishing sites it is also not appreciated and will be deleted.
Maybe these countries have to much fish that we don't. At least we should bring up our younger generation to release fish.
Fly-fishing is the thing more about art, aesthetics, nice pictures...
I think you understand me....
I dont count them toowhy not on flies madjoni,
i dont count fish hooked on spinners or wobblers, Im a puristmg:
Yea,rivers soon will be bigger,but season will end in weekcool looking waters and flies MJ, drought was a problem here as well
ThanksGreat pictures again Joni, beautiful river. Looks as though 8 metre leaders would be very useful there
Yes there are,grayling and huchen season last till 15.february :thumbs: but rivers Tara and Lim are not that close to me and I cant go there on daily basesno waters open for graylings or rainbows MJ?