Søren and Morten from Ahrex HQ have left the office for a while to take part in the IFTD. This is of course particularly good news for our American customers, so if you’re curious – let’s say about the new Ahrex Salt hooks, you have the opportunity not only to see the hooks, but also talk to the designer and hear about the thoughts behind the hooks. That is of course if you’re in the Denver area or able to travel there.
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Almost like clockwork, we had the first two frosty mornings yesterday and today – fall is here, and that’s good news for everyone who loves fishing. At Ahrex we love pike fishing and we can’t wait to get out on the lakes again.
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If you live in Scandinavia, and fish for sea run brown in the salt, you’ve heard of Claus Eriksen – well known, some would say legendary, Danish sea trout fisherman.
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The last child of the Ahrex Familiy is ready to fly. We give you the Ahrex Salt series of hooks – designed and developed for the rigours of hardcore saltwater flyfishing.
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The Europea 12 is a simple, beautiful dry imitation of a sedge or caddis. Originally it’s a French pattern, attributed to André Ragot – according to the Danish author Preben Torp Jacobsen. I’ve not been able to find out how old the pattern is, but Preben Torb Jacobsen has published it in 1976, so it’s older than that. Something tells me it’s from the 1960s, but that’s nothing but a hunch.
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It’s a season of change. It’s September 6th, and officially autumn in the northern hemisphere, and as if nature almost knew the exact date, September 1st really brought with it a noticeable change in weather and temperature. It’s been rainy and windy and definitely very autumn-like, especially in comparison to the lovely warm days late August had to offer. Continue reading “Changes”
They say home is where your heart is. As a fly fisherman I guess my home waters are just that: places I love, where I feel rooted… and where trout live. I think anyone of you guys reading this, also have a special connection to a small creek, a stretch of river, a special lake or your own spot on the coastline. Continue reading “Home waters – the daily dose of joy”
Ok, as you might have heard, Ahrex Hooks cofounders Morten and Søren visited Greenland earlier this month. Back then I promised to get back with a report on that trip, so this is it. Continue reading “Ahrex on Greenland”
With summer slowly leaving the scene, at least up here on the Northern Hemisphere, and fall approaching in near future, you might feel inclined to spend an evening at the vice. Continue reading “Cool tying tips and tricks”
This week Morten and Søren have boarded a northbound plane – travelling to Camp Erfalik, Greenland to join our friends from Getaway Tours for some world class char fishing. No doubt they will return with cameras loaded with great photos and raw footage for new films. But more of this later. Continue reading “Arctic char – Photo essay from Greenland”