t.z. | Thursday, 6 August 2015

Not a fall topic really, but I think this fits right in with the discussions around friendship, secret fishing spots and handshakes.

What is it about meeting other fishermen by the water? I quite like this. One always learns something new, different, interesting and exciting. In all flyfishermen meets the flybox surfaces at some point. I really enjoy looking at other people approaches.

What does your flybox look like? What is your apparoach? Please share your secrets on the board - here is the thread:

My approach is pretty minimalistic. I can get a way with one box, as I mostly fish trout with dries, simply because this works well for me here in Norway.

Paul has sort of minimalistic approach too, given all the different species he fishes for. 




picture by Al Pyke

Thomas Züllich, or - “t.z.” as most call him - is a German flyfisher & flytier living in Norway. His flydressing is based on old traditions as well as very modern and innovative methods of creating flies. You can book Thomas for guided trips, flytying classes and presentations. He regularly gives speeches and demonstrations at fly fishing fairs. Thomas is member of the ProTeam at Partridge of Redditch as well as Regal Vises.

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