Right now we are experiencing a short heat wave in Europe. Yesterday the temperature neared 110 degrees in Paris. The same was true of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, as a dangerous heat wave scorched Western Europe. Even up here in Scandinavia – things are getting pretty steamy. Since it happens pretty seldom, our houses usually don’t have air condition systems. But then again, there’s no need sitting inside while all hope is out. Continue reading “Summer tip… better than aircondition – try some surface action”
Fly tying materials come and go. Some pop up because they are trendy for a period – helped along by a sudden burst of interest from high profile tiers. Other materials reach a short popularity helped along by intensive marketing. Continue reading “Creating streamer profile with bucktail”
Andreas Andersson is one of the world’s most creative and talented streamer fly tiers – and he played an important role in the team, that designed our Trout Predator – and Predator series hooks. Continue reading “The White River trip – Diary notes from Andreas Andersson”
Being a fly hook company – it isn’t a surprise that we produce fly hooks. But we have another product line running simultaneous. Each week we produce a staggering amount of content for our YouTube channel, Instagram profile, Facebook page and our website including this blog. Continue reading “A short run down on the Ahrex Hooks YouTube channel”
Fri 22nd March 10:00 to 20:00 / Sat 23rd March 10:00 to 16:00 at the Business Design Centre, London.
This weekend the London Fly Fishing Fair brings together the best of what the fly fishing world has to offer, all in the heart of London. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, or somewhere in between, this is the ideal place to get involved in the sport.
Continue reading “The London Fly Fishing Fair – and other important stuff”
Bob Clouser got everything right, when he designed the Deep Minnow. It’s a streamer all right, but it is getting dangerously close to a jig. Dangerously in the most positive sense, since a hair jig is about the most effective lure on the planet. Continue reading “Bob Clouser’s Deep Minnow”
Winter is hitting Denmark this week, so fly tying is really the most obvious pastime around here at the moment. Last week we had ice free waters and fishing was pretty good though. This blog is kind of a patchwork with something old, new, borrowed… and well… pink. Let’s get to it. Continue reading “Mini Jigs and an Irish Classic”
Mixing up a relaxed atmosphere with fly tying, beer and a bar – seems to me to be a winning concept. And that is exactly what the good people at Schultz Outfitters did nearly a decade ago. Continue reading “Bar Flies – and salmon hooks for River Skjern”
Another season is slowly transforming from memories and adding another layer of experience. It’s been a strange season on most of the northern hemisphere – with an extreme dry and warm summer. In Scandinavia we had wildfires and rivers running low and way to hot.
Continue reading “Christmas greetings – and a rat’s tale”
2018 is running deep into the backing right now, and today the blog is looking into… well, the blog. This is number 132. We haven’t missed one single Friday since day one. We are there for you every week of the year – including summer holidays, Christmas and New Year. If we aren’t anything else… we are dependable ;0)
Continue reading “Ahrex Hooks Blog – Your go-to resource”