Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

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Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby Yellowstone7 » Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:04 pm

Hi Jyndrek, Savi and Everyone:

I came home from a huge family dinner tonight celebrating the coming of Spring (Known as the Dragon Boat Festival around here). My stomach was so full that I was falling asleep from it. I decided not to give in so easily and started searching for Fresh Water Fish Species that live in the Polish waterways. There were the usual Brown Trout, Carps and others but one particular fish caught my eyes, and my imagination! The beautiful Grayling that live in some of Poland's rivers and streams. To tell you the truth I hate making catchfishes because they are kind of ugly and has too many whiskers (a fish maker's nightmare!). I don't like eels either because they resemble a snake which I don't like at all. A fish has to have a proper streamlined fish shape, and some nice colors. So when I saw some nice pictures of the European Grayling my mind just lit up.

After a bit of searching I managed to find a good profile picture of the Grayling. I am not sure why but anglers who have caught Graylings feel compelled to cover the dorsal fin with their fingers so this would not work. Ahhh... I did find a good one after half an hour! :lol:

I spent the next three hours working with the profile image, being very careful all the way as I wanted this to turn out right. Below are some pictures of this beautiful fish. I hope you guys will like it. No double Martin will create a worthwhile home for it in the near future. :P

Some pictures of the gorgeous Jumping Grayling:




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I should have the fish alive and swimming when Martin is ready to use it.

Regards,

Stanley

PS. please, please, I hope you will understand that I am not trying to be cheeky, or intend to put anyone down. When I see something that can be improved upon I will usually try to do it to the best of my abilities. Here you will see a picture of the "old" Grayling that was made over 6 years ago. I really don't think this fish does the beautiful Grayling justice, especially the adipose fin is missing from the fish. I am uploading this so you can make a direct comparison between the new and the old fish. Again, my intention is never to put anyone down. Improvement must come with the times, that is all. I hope everybody will understand this:P

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Re: Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby rwwalleye » Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:51 am

Hi Stanley,
Another excellent addition to our species list. Didn't realize the adipose fin was missing on the old version. Excellent job. These jumpers have made a big difference in the RWFF game. I really enjoy fighting the jumpers. Keep up the good work. Any improvements are most welcomed in my book.
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Re: Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby Jyndrek » Tue Jun 03, 2014 5:22 am

Hi Stanley and Roger - Dear Friends , Hi Everyone

It's a great surprise, such a beautiful grayling much I was missing.
Stanley as I once wrote ARE GREAT - a great job.
This fish will enjoy our eyes on the fishing grounds created by you and Martin
Very, very thank you Stanley. Here are the pages of this beautiful fish - unfortunately the Polish
http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thymallus - http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipie%C5%84_pospolity
https://www.google.pl/search?q=hucho+hu ... y&tbm=isch
but the pictures are beautiful and do not need to know the Polish language
Roger you are a magnanimous man and merits are your HUGE

in the version "JUMPING" would be a great addition to of rivers in of southern Polish RWFF

Big Regards Everyone.
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Re: Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby Jyndrek » Tue Jun 03, 2014 5:41 am

Hello gentlemen

I'm sorry that topic after topic :P
In Poland grayling anglers is also called cardinal - kardynal
because of the color of his cardinal's the beautiful of the dorsal fin
what you see on some of the pictures

Ragards,

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Re: Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby Jyndrek » Tue Jun 03, 2014 6:38 am

Hi Everyone

Once again I'm very sorry :oops: but the writing topic I made a few errors
Entries on this forum MUST BE without specific Polish letters - and I wanted to give English names next to the original Polish :oops: and Submit for this topic appears in my ERROR

This text is the - admins can remove the previous one, so as not to clutter our forum

Hi Stanley and Roger - Dear Friends , Hi Everyone

It's a great surprise, such a beautiful grayling much I was missing.
Stanley as I once wrote ARE GREAT - a great job.
This fish will enjoy our eyes on the fishing grounds created by you and Martin
Very, very thank you Stanley. Here are the pages of this beautiful fish - unfortunately the Polish
http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thymallus - http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipie%C5%84_pospolity
https://www.google.pl/search?q=hucho+hu ... y&tbm=isch
but the pictures are beautiful and do not need to know the Polish language
Roger you are a magnanimous man and merits are your HUGE

There is one fish, which I am very lacking in RWFF and can now talk on the occasion of the Polish rivers Stanley or someone else it conjures up . It Huchen ( Hucho-Hucho ) and the Polish - Glowacica
Very beautiful and very combative fish living in waters of the river Poprad, Dunajec, San, Raba, Skawa, Sola, Nysa Klodzka, Bobr , Gwda and Czorsztyn barrier reservoir . On these pages (and again after Polish) can admire her
http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hucho - http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C5%82owacica - https://www.google.pl/search?q=hucho+hu ... 30&bih=862 - https://www.google.pl/search?q=hucho+hu ... a&tbm=isch

in the version "JUMPING" would be a great addition to of rivers in of southern Polish RWFF

Big Regards Everyone.
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Re: Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby Savi » Tue Jun 03, 2014 6:40 am

Hi All,
Stanley - This is really great work, what have done in preparing this species.
In southern Poland, large grayling fishing is considered an elite sport, and catching a record specimen, beautifully pigmented Cardinal proof tallest artistry of fly fishing.

We are very happy that you get interested in fishing grounds in Poland.

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Re: Jumping Grayling For Our Friends In Poland!

Postby Yellowstone7 » Tue Jun 03, 2014 7:09 pm

Hi Jyndrek, Savi and Everyone:

Thanks for uploading the great links on Polish fishing. This is the fantastic thing about our flyfishing simulator and our little Forum. We get to meet avid anglers from all over the world and we can share their love for fishing and experience from their native land. For me, at least, this is a mind expanding experience. Probably without you guys joining the Forum we would have never known so many fantastic fishing streams existed in Poland. Thanks guys!

I am glad you liked the Cardinal Grayling. It was a beautiful fish to start with and I had a lot of fun building it. Soon we will be able to see them take a fly, make dashing runs and do their jumping in one of our future outings. It just can't get much better than that. In my opinion. :P

I think there is a Huchen already in our fish library. However, In the old days the fish were not set up to jump so if I can find the time I might just try to make a new one for you. Stay tuned!

Regards,

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