Atlantic Salmon

Salmon as Fly Fishing Film Stars

It seems there has a been a literal spate of fly fishing movies featuring the magnificent Atlantic Salmon recently and why not. It lives in glorious locations, leads a truly adventurous life and draws anglers from all over the world to seek it out. Let's recap... ... Full story

Home For Salmon FREE TO VIEW

The current issue of Game Fisher’s Diary includes the first two parts of Home For Salmon – a not-to-be-missed documentary about the Atlantic Salmon Reserve of Kharlovka in the Kola Peninsula of Russia featuring international fly angling superstar Mikael Frodin. ... Full story

Week 2 on the Ponoi - Latest News

As reported previously, the opening week on the Ponoi on Russia's fabled Kola Peninsula saw good numbers of Atlantic Salmon for the early rods. Has that continued? Camp manager Matt Breuer chimes in with his second week report from the front line. ... Full story

66 Salmon Per Rod for the Ponoi

News just in from Frontiers' Tarquin Millington-Drake who is at Ryabaga camp is that the 1st week of the 2012 Ponoi season has blasted off with an average of 66 Atlantic salmon per rod. ... Full story

Ponoi's Ryabaga: Summer is here!

Here's an update from Frontiers frontman Tarquin Millington-Drake as the legendary River Ponoi, which combines the salmon numbers of the south Kola with the bigger fish of the North, gets ready for their own Russian season start. ... Full story

Record Atlantic salmon rod-catch posted in Russia

During a blistering second week of the Russian salmon-fishing season, last week the record for the highest number of Atlantic salmon ever caught in a day by one rod was broken. A Roxtons rod fishing Middle camp landed 67 salmon in a day that started at 5am and finished at 10pm. Here's how Roxtons blogged this seminal game-fishing event, guaranteed to raise eyebrows even among hardened Kola veterans, on their Varzuga Blog. ... Full story

Secrets of the international fishing agent

Charlie White, director of fishing at Roxtons Fieldsports, talks to Fish and Fly about the 2012 prospects for Iceland, while giving a fascinating insight into the wider role and responsibilities of one of the UK's top destination sporting agencies. But first, with the Russian season already under way on the Varzuga and the other Kola rivers and Norway set to open on June 1st, we asked him about another great destination salmon country, Iceland: ... Full story

Kola 2012 gets under way with a perfect Varzuga salmon

A BRIGHT TEN-POUNDER was the first salmon to be caught this week by the Roxtons advance party as they prepared the lower and middle Varzuga camps in readiness for their first rods who fly out there tomorrow. ... Full story

News from Norway's River Gaula

The Norwegian Fly Fishers club have announced a new beat available through them this season as well as the premiere of a brand new fly fishing movie focused on the river called "River of Silver and Gold" from the award winning team (Tapam - the movie) of Daniel Goz and Anton Hamacher. ... Full story

NASF Conservation Deal Ends 2000 Years of Salmon Tradition

For 2000 years the fishermen of Mudeford in Dorset are believed to have followed an unbroken tradition of organised fishing to catch the big salmon and sea trout returning to the Hampshire Avon and the Dorset Stour from their sea migration. ... Full story

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