Hi Friends… I need your help on this one

  My Instagram profile @micsflies got hacked – but now I’m back. I just need your help! As you might know, I had these two Instagram profiles: @micsflies – for the fly fishing stuff @micsspin – for the spinfishing and baitcasting stuff Well… a couple of months ago the @micsflies account was hacked by an […]

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Ovidiu Skeleton Diver – pike, musky and bass fly tying

A pattern inspired by Ovidiu Mihut, a Romanian fly fishing guide, who is part of some TV-shows on the Fishing & Hunting Chanel and @Romanian National TV Chanel 2. He wanted me to tie some flies for pike fishing in a shallow water river delta. One of these should be a white popper. Since I […]

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Slim Darter Jig – Black Zebra

One of the cool things about being a blogger and youtuber is that I get some great feedback from my friends and followers. A week ago I released a new jig tying video on my Slim Darter Jig. It’s a bucktail jig tied on a tubebait jighook. See the video right here…   One of […]

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Summer mode – Less tying and more fishing

Summer is here – and for the next couple of months – we will spend less time in the studio, making tying sbs’ and other indoor stuff. Instead we will be out canoeing, rowing, roadtripping, camping and most important capture as much cool fishing on film as possible. It doesn’t mean we won’t put up […]

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The Marabou Jig – classic jig tying

My marabou jig is basically a Jack Gartside’s Soft Hackle Streamer tied on a jig hook. The intro to this video was filmed on one of the first warm days in April – that’s why I talk about ice out and early spring fishing. This jig catch fish all year round, but when fish are […]

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Slim Darter Jig – hair jig tying

A bucktail jig tied on a leadfree tube bait head. This is a jig I use when perch and trout are hunting in the shallows. Generally I jig this type of lure fast. Fabulous lure for summer perch fishing – vertical as well as horizontal. Speed is the key to succes with this jig. If […]

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Peacock Flymph – wet fly tying

I never get tired of tying and swinging soft hackle flies, and the Peacock Flymph is as simple as it gets. A pinch of dubbing and a soft webby hackle is all you need. The dubbing can be substituted with real peacock herl, which is beautiful… but slightly more fragile. Share

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Shimano Calcutta – casting brake setup guide

Quickguide to adjusting the casting brakes on a Shimano Calcutta baitcasting reel. 5 minutes of your time used on watching this video and setting up your Calcutta, enables you to avoid backlashes and birds nests. Here’s how! This video is on the Calcutta 301D, but the instructions will work for any Calcutta D series reel, […]

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Fur Strip Jig vs Pike – a spring day on the lake

Ulla and I are trying our hands on making fishing footage – since we plan on producing a lot of that stuff in this season. Just a day of fun with a couple of cameras, some cool baitcasting tackle, a Chartreuse Salamander Jig and… a bunch of pike. One of these are stealing center stage […]

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Bloodworm Larvae – nymph fly tying

The name bloodworm refers to several species of wormlike creatures – including some large saline rag worms. This fly however imitates the red midge larvas found in many lakes, ponds and slow moving rivers. This is a very simple and uncomplicated tie, but it has given me trout, grayling and some really large whitefish. I […]

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