Bernd Ziesche | Wednesday, 18 November 2015
Working as a full time teacher for fly fishing means to teach students how to adjust their tackle, how to fly cast, how to tie flies, how to fish and most important how to CATCH fish. Last week we had a CATCHING week!
Someone once told me: "We call it fishing, not catching." And that was (and is) very true mostly. But there are days when in fact we manage to even catch a serious number of proper fish. Being a teacher for fly fishing it is extremely important for me to get as much of my students linked to the fish as possible. For me - and I think this holds true for most of us - catching the fish is the best part about fly fishing. No fly cast, no fly tying session will ever beat the emotions I see in my students when they are linked to a serious (or even a small) fish!
At the moment I am very busy teaching fly fishing for pike, pike perch and perch every day. So actually I am not having much time for writing another front page inbetween. But maybe some of my pictures may inspire some of you Sexyloops casting people to go out and forget about all the discussions about fly casting definitions and stuff and spent some great time fly fishing. I am pretty sure it really is worth a go. ;)
Catchy week to all of you, not only the Sexyloops instructors.
All my best