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A glass of port, a cigar, and a fly fishing blog

June 24th, 2009 · 4 Comments

Reading this new (to me) fly fishing blog gives me the urge to pour a glass of port. Of course, that makes me want to light a cigar. Then virtually enjoy our sport for a short while.

After a few glasses of port, I can start reading Portuguese. Understanding the blog makes the enjoyment even better. Or, was it the nifty translation feature? Some freaky looking fish down there.

Decolando, Fly fishing, Meio Ambiente e Sustentabilidade.

Tags: Fly Fishing

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 junior // Jun 25, 2009 at 10:51 am

    Wow! Very nice. My blog has a post and I was very bloated. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us, thank you for spreading my blog. I hope to return this soon. And sorry about my english :)

  • 2 Jundia no Fly | Decolando // Jun 29, 2009 at 7:19 pm

    [...] A propósito, o Decolando repercutiu mais uma vez no exterior. Desta vez no indicadíssimo Whiskey Creek Fly Fishing. Um blog sobre fly fishing que também aborda vários assuntos interessantes, sempre trazendo uma ou outra novidade. Adorei a combinação A glass of port, a cigar, and a fly fishing blog. [...]

  • 3 João Nicácio // Jun 30, 2009 at 7:38 pm

    This fish is a saicanga (dog-fish or bone-fish in tupy language). When fishing lambaris (Astyanax spp, a south-american little minnow), they are intrusive.
    And so the fishery is very good, delicious!
    The lambaris in small mountain rivers and streams – or in running waters on stones, as are the trout, not in size, but the subtlety and the technique of fishing.
    The author (I know) fishing almost every day and loves to fish with fly. Despite the language barrier, it is worth reading your blog.
    When will the south of Brazil, dear reader, try to fly fish the saicangas…You will have fun!
    God bless you!
    João
    PS – excuse my English – I only speak and the Portuguese, Spanish and some Hebrew…

  • 4 Murilo Macionk // Feb 25, 2011 at 8:14 pm

    João sayid everything, dog-characins (saicangas) are my favorite fish, after I caught my first one of those bad-boys with a fl tackle, I felt in total love for fly fishing.

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