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Brian Burnett (Schotland)

Brian Burnett (Schotland)

Fly dressing has always been a very enjoyable and extremely important extension of fly fishing for me. A combination of the history and traditions of fishing and fly dressing retains with ease, both my interest and passion in the sport. I enjoy and appreciate all aspects of fly dressing and find it extremely stimulating and Lees Meer…

Bert van Rijn (Nederland)

Bert van Rijn (Nederland)

Bert van Rijn (geboren in Den Haag, 1960) kreeg zijn eerste (bamboe) hengeltje toen hij 7 jaar was. Op 11 jarige leeftijd werd hij uitgenodigd door zijn oom Gerard om mee te gaan vissen op een boot vanuit de 2e haven in Scheveningen. Daarna is het vissen nooit meer weggeweest. Gedurende 40 jaar is hij Lees Meer…

Sacha Putz (Duitsland)

Sacha Putz (Duitsland)

  Sacha is geboren in 1971 in Hemer (Duitsland) waar hij nu nog steeds woont samen met zijn vriendin Isabella. Vanaf 1985 is hij vliegvisser en vliegbinder. In die hoedanigheid bezocht hij vele nationale en internationale vliegvisbeurzen in 9 landen: Denemarken, USA, Engeland, Zweden, Italië, Oostenrijk, Nederland, Frankrijk en Ierland. In 2008 won hij het Lees Meer…

Daniela Misteli

Daniela Misteli

  Hi! Ik ben Daniela Misteli, ik woon in Zwitserland en vis al van kinds af aan. Niets zo leuk als samen met je vader aan de waterkant te zijn! Mijn eerste (erg lelijke) vliegen bond ik van een paar zwanenveren en het haar van onze hond. Maar ja, wat wil je, ik was toen Lees Meer…

Henk Huising (Nederland)

Henk Huising (Nederland)

Mijn naam is Henk Huising en woon in Beilen. Het vliegvissen en binden doe ik beide even lang (ruim 20 jaar) Dicht bij huis vis ik graag met een eenvoudige droge vlieg op ruisvoorn. Het liefst vis ik in het vroege voorjaar in de Hunze op winde. En tijdens zomerse dagen ben ik regelmatig bij Lees Meer…

Theo van den Driesche (NL)

Theo van den Driesche (NL)

My name is Theo van den Driesche and I ‘am born in 1957 in Rotterdam, my hometown. I’m fishing for as long I can remember and started fly-fishing in 1979: it became a big part of my live. In fact, it became a way of live for me. The last year’s I fish the coastline Lees Meer…

Dimitri de Grauw (Nederland)

Dimitri de Grauw (Nederland)

  Hallo mijn naam is Dimitri de Grauw. Ik ben 48 jaar en vliegvissen en vliegbinden doe ik al 35 jaar. De snoekstreamer is mijn specialiteit. Maar ik bind met alle plezier van alles en nog wat, voor zoet of voor zout water, of het nou kleine vliegen zijn voor de rivier of zalm vliegen, Lees Meer…

I was born 1958 in Wuppertal and growing up in Düsseldorf. Since 1998 I live in Hilden (next to Düsseldorf).
I´m a fisherman since my childhood, but I started flyfishing and tying at the age of 38.
Around two years later I was tying on my first big flyfishing show, the Dutch Fly Fair.
Since this time, I´m tying my flies on shows in Europe and USA.
My favorite patterns are squidflies and shrimps.

Thé Ørgänizátiøn has been very busy for quite a while with the organization of the next Fly Fair which is planned for Saturday May 9 and Sunday May 10, 2020. Many of you, both visitors and participants, will still have fond memories of the Fly Fair 2018 and together with you we want to make the Fly Fair 2020 a great or even greater success again.

Never change a winning team.The general set up of the Fly Fair event will be mostly unchanged. For the venue we have opted for "Forelvisvijvers de Berenkuil",  Berencamperweg 11, in Putten the Netherlands. This beautiful venue can be reached easily by car (A28 motorway exit 9).

At the Fly Fair every flyfisher will find whatever his life style requires. Fly casting and fly dressing material, for every kind of fish be it alver or salmon, and all the hooks and clothes one may dream of from size 36 upwards. There will be plenty of opportunities to be informed about the available industrial and technological fly fishing gadgets and to admire the amazing craftsmanship of the semi-professional fly tiers specially invited to show their handiwork.

And if you are bored with your current holiday destinations, you will be able to explore new possibilities ranging from Putten to Patagonia. Hence our motto: The World of Flyfishing.

A lot of attention is paid to the Fly Fair 2020 in our magazine "de Nederlandse Vliegvisser". This magazine is sent to more than 4,000 members and is recognized as one of the most outstanding flyfishing magazines in Europe. And as a special offer, participating firms will be offered free advertising space in the spring edition. In addition, booth keepers will be put in the spotlight in various digital means of communication such De Digitale Vliegvisser, newsletters, websites and Facebook pages.

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Fly Fair 2020 en we hope to realize a big event for and by flyfishers. The fair will consist of a complete village of pagodas (25 m2 each) and a large light canvas hall for the fly tiers. Even if the terrain is extensive, we have to warn you in advance that the number of pagodas will be limited. In case you wish to participate, please contact Jan Huisman: huisman.jan@ziggo.nl He will send you an information package, including a reservation form.


The Dutch Fly Fair of 2018 was a big success. We're already preparing the next edition. Of course this event can’t be held without fly tiers! Like last year we hope to meet a lot of them.

On behalf of the organization I’ll be coordinating the fly tying part. Main goal is to organize an amazing event that will be interesting for fly tiers and visitors. If you have any suggestions or questions don’t hesitate to contact me by phone or e-mail: jos@homus.nl.

 

Kind Regards,

Jos Herrebrugh
+31 (0)6-41828373

I was born 1958 in Wuppertal and growing up in Düsseldorf. Since 1998 I live in Hilden (next to Düsseldorf).
I´m a fisherman since my childhood, but I started flyfishing and tying at the age of 38.
Around two years later I was tying on my first big flyfishing show, the Dutch Fly Fair.
Since this time, I´m tying my flies on shows in Europe and USA.
My favorite patterns are squidflies and shrimps.