Saturday, 17 September 2011

Grayling get going:


~This Ribnik beauty pushed towards 3lb~


Judging by recent weather forecasts the UK continues to be battered by gales and rain.  However, here in Bosnia we’re being treated to sunny days and temperatures nudging 30oC. Yet, despite this heat, grayling are feeding like no tomorrow.  The main reason for this are numerous ants continually tumbling into the Ribnik’s margins, a delicacy relished by grayling shoals.  Using stealth and careful presentation it’s possible to winkle out some pretty impressive specimens which have grown fat over the past few months.  Of course fly selection makes all the difference in the World!



~Jasmin Dvizac displays the golden shades of a Bosnian grayling~