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Southeast Colorado Fishing Conditions – May 16 – Kiowa County Press

Southeast Colorado Fishing Conditions – May 16
Kiowa County Press
Nymphing slow, consistent pools and runs early and mid-day in the upper basin can be productive, with fish moving into faster riffles to feed when nymphs are drifting, primarily in the afternoons. Be thorough in your approach, and adjust your weight

Winter rainbow c-worm flies

Pink pearl-worm flies 2-rig nymphing Good Fighter Rainbow~ 12.5ft czech nymphing rod 물왕리 무지개송어 C-worm Flies에 폭팔적인 입질 현란한 무지개송어의 바늘털이.
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Just A Short Walk On The Beach(1-9-12) #51

just a short walk on the beach as we test out the new fly rod :)
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Redington Classic Trout and Lamson Konic Fly Reel Combo

This is a great fly rod and reel combo for beginners or anyone that is buying their first fly rod. It comes all setup and ready to fish!
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Tying with Hans- Chewee Bloodworm

Bloodworms are extremely effective flies. They work well year round on most trout streams I fish. In the winter and spring months they account for a good share of the trout I catch. This simple to tie bloodworm works well in a czech nymphing rig.
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Iain Barr on Airflo Streamtec Nan-Tec Rods – fishtec.co.uk

The natural evolution for Airflo's ever popular Streamtec range was the addition of Nano Technology into the blank, making it lighter, stronger and even more responsive than previously possible. The Streamtec range of rods has a silky progressive action that works exceptionally well at short to mid range and due to the soft tip light tippets can be used without fear of being broken off. The 10' models are particularly useful for either Czech or French nymphing techniques. So if it's a river or steam rod your after there's something in the Streamtec Nantec range for you. www.fishtec.co.uk
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Franta Hanák and river Dee salmon on Czech nymph

Salmon Parr

Caught this salmon Parr on a czech nymph while fishing the river blackwater n.ireland.
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Vltava (The Moldau) by Bedrich Smetana — Vilem Tausky: Conductor

Vltava (The Moldau River) by Bedrich Smetana; Vilem Tausky conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Vltava (also known as Die Moldau in German) is the name of the longest river in Czech Republic and is also the title of the second of the six symphonic poems composed by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana (1824-1884), which are collectively known as Má Vlast (My Homeland). Through his music, Smetana attempted to celebrate Bohemia's history, mythology and landscape. In this tone poem, completed in 1874, Smetana tries to evoke the passage of the Vltava River as it flows from its origin until it merges with the Elbe at the German border. From the composer's notes we learn that the river begins as a single tributary represented by the sound of the flutes. The clarinets join the flutes to represent the second tributary. The violins, oboes, and bassoons unite to play the famous theme based on a Bohemian folk melody that keeps recurring throughout the piece as a way of showing how the river continues to gain strength as it flows. We hear the horns that portray the passage of the river through a forest where a hunt is in progress. We then hear the dance music, part polka – part march, reminding us that the river is flowing past a village where a rustic wedding celebration is taking place. A climax is reached, and subsides as the moon – represented by pianissimo woodwind figures – rises and sparkles in the rippling water. Fluctuating flutes lead to the "dance of the Water Nymphs". The <b>…</b>
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Tying a Grayling Nymph/Bug with Davie McPhail.

Materials Used; Hook, Czech Nymph size 10 Thread, UTC 70 Yellow Olive Rib, 3lb Nylon Back, Scud Back Light Olive 1/8 Under Body, Lead Tape Body, Olive Hares Mask Fur and Light Olive UV Ice Dub Thorax, Natural Fur Fox Squirrel and Brown Olive Ice Dub Colour Thorax and Head with a Brown Permanent
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Vltava (The Moldau) by Bedrich Smetana

Vltava (The Moldau River) by Bedrich Smetana Vilem Tausky conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Vltava (also known as Die Moldau in German) is the name of the longest river in Czech Republic and is also the title of the second of the six symphonic poems composed by the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana (1824-1884), which are collectively known as Má Vlast (My Homeland). Through his music, Smetana attempted to celebrate Bohemia's history, mythology and landscape. In this tone poem, completed in 1874, Smetana tries to evoke the passage of the Vltava River as it flows from its origin until it merges with the Elbe at the German border, eventually flowing into the sea at the Heligoland Bight. I am providing a description of the music below based on my understanding of the music as well as borrowing some parts from a set of program notes: From the composer's notes we learn that the river begins as a single tributary represented by the sound of the flutes. The clarinets join the flutes to represent the second tributary. The violins, oboes, and bassoons unite to play the famous theme based on a Bohemian folk melody that keeps recurring throughout the piece as a way of showing how the river continues to gain strength as it flows. We hear the horns that portray the passage of the river through a forest where a hunt is in progress. We then hear the dance music, part polka – part march, reminding us that the river is flowing past a village where a rustic wedding celebration is taking <b>…</b>
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