seatrout and tying saltwaterflies next

seatrout and tying saltwaterflies next

t.z. | Friday, 5 August 2016

So summer in the mountains is sort of over. I fished a lot in rivers and lakes and it was great fun, even though the water was very low this year, Very little hatches (apart from those d....m mozzies). It was good still.

So I´m coming home soon, my heart filled with amazing memories ... and a plan. I will use the natural materials I got from the hunters up north (mainly artic hare) and learn how to dye fur and tie flies for seatrout with it.

Stay tuned ... sorry for the short FP. Gotta run as I have to drive 1300km for doing sound on a concert. One of those last minute calls.

P.S. - if you are interested in a fly tying class ... get in touch


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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