PIKE LAND

Speycast Media

Pike Land

Holland's Coastal waters near Zwolle  – belly boating in open waters, hunting wild Pike in the dutch bays and harbours – two avid Pike fly fisherman & their Pike Land Adventure.   Join Dykers Fly Fishing crew Edwin Kerssies and Brian Elward as Speycast Media follows there Dutch coastal adventure for Pike in Holland.   For more fly fishing films and photography, please visit Speycast Media  

    • CREDITS
    • Cast – Edwin Kerssies & Brian Elward
    • Production – Eoin Fairgrieve
    • Production Company – Speycast Media

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