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The EDGE Gamma Beta fly rods redefine top performance (II)

Overwhelmed. Amazed. In love. Shocked. Bled out. Infected (literally). Hooked on. Addicted. Just a few ways to describe my trip at the edge of uncertainty, on the Sudanese Nubian Flats, in May. The EDGE Gamma Beta fly rods by Gary Loomis provided me with ample, dependable, top of the line performance during my first saltwater adventure in Africa. The EDGE Gamma Beta fly rods redefine top performance (II) covers the last part of the review – I decided to split it since the words alone covered almost 6 pages.

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BEST BY TEST, FLY FISH, NEWS FLASH, REVIEW

The EDGE Gamma Beta fly rods redefine top performance (I)

Overwhelmed. Amazed. In love. Shocked. Bled out. Infected (literally). Hooked on. Addicted. Just a few ways to describe my trip at the edge of uncertainty, on the Sudanese Nubian Flats, in May. The EDGE Gamma Beta fly rods by Gary Loomis provided me with ample, dependable, top of the line performance during my first saltwater adventure in Africa. The EDGE Gamma Beta fly rods redefine top performance (I) covers the first half of the review – I decided to split it since the words alone covered almost 6 pages.

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The Mole Crab

Un nou saltwater pattern, The Mole Crab sau Crabul-Cârtiţă constituie o sursă de hrană pentru diverse specii de peşti răpitori care frecventează zonele cu apă mică (flats) din apropierea malurilor, în mările şi oceanele tropicale.

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Dreams and flies

My dreams and flies are tied each other as I am determined to make them happen. The first saltwater patterns are done and that’s not a wrap, but a start. Last months I bought fly tying materials off eBay sellers because these are the foundation for every great fly pattern.

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Emerald Kraken, XLA and other magical creatures

January is nearly at an end and I have yet to begin tying my first saltwater flies. Lots of tying materials have arrived, twice as much are on their way. In the category of new arrivals, I present to you the Emerald Kraken, XLA and other magical creatures. Come spring, they will be put to test in one of the harshest environments in saltwater fly fishing: the Nubian Flats.

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The Shrimps Have Eyes

Well, it may be more than 10 years since I tied my last trout and pike flies… so it shouldn’t be that hard to get back on track. Says me while still fearing that „Flexo Crab” saltwater fly pattern, which seems quite scary to complete. Almost as every time, I’m sure there must be a method to any madness, saltwater flies included. The shrimps have eyes. So, let’s start making them.

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