La peche a la mouche du bar

Bass fishing in Ireland

Peche Mouche No 108

La pêche à la mouche du bar, du bord, est certainement l’approche la plus exigeante qui soit, la plus gratifiante aussi. Jim Hendrick, un spécialiste hors-pair dans ce domaine, revient sur les connaissances et les techniques de base qu’il convient de maîtriser afin de tirer son épingle du jeu. Simplicité, observation, discrétion… et si c’était aussi simple que ça ?

Its always great to see an article in an International magazine featuring bass fishing in Ireland, no more so than when you play a role in the article itself and its featured in Wexford. The May June issue of Peche Mouche, the leading fly fishing magazine in France contains an article by David Gaudochon which we worked on late last year. David is no stranger to bass fishing on the Wexford coast, in fact he’s a well travelled experienced guide and photographer. We last worked together for PecheMouche in 2004 – Wexford: ses Pubs et ses Bars

David Gauduchon

Globe-trotter infatigable, photographe et caméraman, David parcourt le monde, depuis 15 ans, pour sa passion de la pêche la mouche en eau douce et en mer. Co-créateur « de la Plume au Voyage » et collaborateur de Vincent Béraud,  David vous fera partager ses plus belles découvertes et rencontres au bord de l’eau, en eau douce comme en mer.

The latest article is largely technique based, and these techniques centre on a few simple things I believe in when fly fishing for bass – Observation, Tactics, and Simplicity. Its not so much ‘a how to’ but rather and explanation of Davids experiences whilst fly fishing for bass with me on the Wexford coast and the techniques we used.

A big thanks to David.

 

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