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Siempre se ha considerado a Australia como uno de los mejores destinos de pesca de mar en el mundo y en los últimos años como una de las mecas de la pesca a mosca y no es de extrañar, porque cuenta con infinidad de especies distintas, unas aguas cristalinas ideales para pescar a pez visto y una extensión enorme. Que en una misma zona costera se pueda pescar desde jacks o GT´s, palometas (permit) pasando por atunes o tiburones y hasta marlin a escasos metros de la costa nos da una idea de la riqueza de estas aguas. Os traemos un vídeo que seguro veréis varias veces, grabado en Fraser Island y con unas imágenes espectaculares donde apreciar y soñar con la pesca a mosca en el mar en estado puro.

Interesting story of the beginnings of what is considered the largest social network for fly fishermen, Fly Dreamers.

"The founders of Fly dreamers are Luis San Miguel, a civil engineer, and Nicolás Schwint, a veterinarian. Both have always been bonded by the passion for fly fishing. In late 2010, coming back from a golden dorado fly-fishing trip in Corrientes (Argentina), they had a long talk concerning the lack of conservational activities related to fishing resources. They determined to start a project based in Argentina, but with global reach. They believed that by gathering a skilled team they could create a space to share their view on conservation with other anglers from around the globe..."

*Read more clicking on the image.


Wednesday, 29 October 2014 18:39

Fly fishing for roosters in Baja

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"You may have seen the classic video, “Running Down the Man” which featured the antics of Ben Knight, Travis Rummel and Frank Smethurst chasing down roosterfish with fly rods and a beach buggy. Up until then, the concept of fly fishing for roosters on foot was thought to be pure fantasy. The video inspired a fervor of interest amongst the SWFF community and a whole new industry sprung up over night. Today, tricked out quad bikes with custom made cool boxes, rod holders and rooster decals ply the East Cape Beaches of Baja, Mexico. But I’m a DIY fisherman. I had no quad bike or guide, so covering long desolate stretches of beach on foot in 40 plus degree heat was not feasible, especially for a man my age. What I did have was experience, some patience, and time to wait out the man..."

Read the dramatic story of Ray Montoya with roosters in Baja California clicking on the image. Enjoy!