The last few months have been busy here at Ahrex. Spring and fall have always been our seasons for releasing new hooks. A few weeks ago we released the FW 538/539 May Fly Dry and we’ve of course been busy packaging and shipping them out and we’re pleased and thankful that they’ve been well received.Continue reading “Busy Times”
This week’s blog is shameless promotion, for which I apologise in advance. I wanted to let you know that we have added a few new items to our merchandise that some of you might be interested in. One item has been delayed, but is now in stores or on it’s way.Continue reading “Merchandise”
Our friends at Hökensås Sportsfiske have been organising their popular Trout Safari events for a long time, and they usually sell out very quickly. In the last weekend of October, we have partnered with Hökensås til to put on a Trout Safari together.Continue reading “Hökensås Trout Safari”
Last weekend we attended there British Fly Fair international, which was, as always, an excellent and very well organised event.
Believe it or not, this weekend’s it’s time for the British Fly Fair International again, and we will of course be present.
We are bringing all of our hook models, so if you’re curious about a particular model, here’s an opportunity to see it. Maybe you haven’t seen the Salt-series we released in September 2019? If you fish the salt, either here in Europe or visit tropical destinations, you must come by and see these hooks.
The 10th anniversary version of the Irish Fly Fair is over. The venue was the beautiful Galway Hotel with a great view of the coastline and there was everything a flyfisher (or spinfsher for that matter) could ever wish for.
On September 23rd we released our new Salt-series hooks as “the last child of the Ahrex family”. Well, as far as hooks go that was true, but the proper term would have been “the latest child”. Because today we release, well – I better say, another child.
Stefan “WickedTrout” Larson and Andreas Andersson had been fishing Montana for a couple of weeks before they picked up us in the airport, just as the first snow of the winter fell. We took the scenic route over the Rocky Mountains to Delta, where we fished for a few days in the magnificent Gunnison River, before we headed to Denver for the IFTD show.
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.