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Orvis CEO Meets with Florida Governor Scott to Discuss Efforts to Save the Everglades

Written by: Perk Perkins, CEO of the Orvis Company.  CEOs from around the State of Florida have banded together to advocate on behalf of one...
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Pêcheur du Tarn

Fisher of the Tarn “Fly fishing is an art and art is difficult” - Norman Maclean A film directed for the Fishing Association of Florac (Lozere,...

Hampshire Fly Fishing Retreat for Ladies with Breast Cancer

Casting for Recovery, the outdoor therapy programme for ladies with breast cancer, has opened its Hampshire retreat to applications. The programme has been running for...

Tweed Salmon Fishing Report – Week Ending March 5, 2017

Monday 6th March, 2017 Once again an unsettled past-week here on Tweedside.  The river has been up and down continually, carried colour and was unfishable...

Wild Trout Trust – 2017 Auction

The Wild Trout Trust (WTT) auction will take place on eBay and by post 3-12 March 2017. With over 300 lots the auction is...

Trump Names New Interior Secretary

Congressman Ryan Zinke (R-MT) was confirmed this morning as President Trump’s Interior Secretary. The confirmation makes the two-term House member and former Navy SEAL...

Worm bait returns for trial period at Exmoor fishery

The Environment Agency is continuing conservation measures on its Watersmeet and Glenthorne Fishery for the coming season. Restrictions have been in place on this popular...
Fly Reel Sounds

The ‘Reel’ Sound of Music – Fly Reels Compared

Some, like me, love to hear a fly reel purr, whizz and scream whereas you may think silence is golden. Each to their own...
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FISHTAILS – DVD Review

Beattie Outdoor Productions will be a name well-known to many fans of international fly fishing action movies. With movies included in most of the top...

Tweed Fishing Report 20th Feb 2017 Spring Season – once we get going properly...

The river has remained fairly steady at a good fishable fly water height and has been mainly running clear.  The Teviot rose a little...