Playing with styles – translucency, colour and movement

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Today I want to show you a style of fly that I’ve been playing with for a couple of years. It’s nothing revolutionary. Just a combination of elements that work well on flies tied for migratory fish.

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Triple treat in doubles – brand new additions to the Home Run Series

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3 x 2. You do the math :o) Anyway… we are pretty exited. Cause finally they are here! The two missing links in our Home Run Series have arrived- or 3 kind of, since one of the hooks comes in two different finishes. They are shipping to shops around the world as I write this. All three are double hooks. Two for tying and one for tube flies.

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Oskar Hagelin ties a $5Shake – and the game is on… everywhere

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Sea trout, predatory browns, salmon and… sharks. During the last week lot’s of exiting news have reached the Ahrex headquarter. The season sure is off to a good start, and our hooks are put to the test every day out there.

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Celebrating the Home Run – new hook series out now

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In the world of angling one of the most amazing events is the annual migration of salmon, steelhead and sea run brown trout. Driven by instinct, will and sheer power these fish might battle hundreds of miles upstream against strong currents and rapids – making gravity defying jumps to reach the gravel bars of the spawning grounds. For the individual fish this effort serves one purpose: to get back to the stretch of river, where it started its life as a newly hatched fry. Continue reading “Celebrating the Home Run – new hook series out now”

Armchair angling – and the three Demons from Montana

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It’s that time of year. You know… the air is filled with snowflakes, Christmas trees, shopping center santas, calendars, secrets and stuff. It’s also that season, where you find yourself wondering just how many muddlers or bass bugs you can tie using the hair from 8 reindeer :0) Continue reading “Armchair angling – and the three Demons from Montana”

Season for fly tying – and new hooks in the pipeline

Winter is coming (as the say in Game of Thrones) at least at the northern hemisphere. For some of us that means short days, cold and wet hands… and putting in more hours between hook-ups. That might be different if you live in a winter fishing wonderland :0) Continue reading “Season for fly tying – and new hooks in the pipeline”