Friday, January 18, 2019

Bringing Fly Fishing to the Capital – The London Fly Fishing Fair

The very first London Fly Fishing Fair is set to open in just a couple of weeks time on the 10th and 11th of...

Scotland is the “dirty man of global aquaculture”

Newly published data in the 2016 Annual Report from Marine Harvest, the world’s largest salmon farming company, shows that its Scottish salmon farms lag...

Six Go Mad in Iceland

It was just last week that six of us, Geoff Maynard (above) Pete Henton, Stuart Tod, Brian Havell, Jason Lacny and I discovered what it...

Simms Goes to the White House

Source: KULR8.com This week a Bozeman fly fishing gear company is representing Montana in the White House. President Trump is hosting 50 companies that make products...

Why England’s chalk-streams are drying and dying

The pressure on our natural resources is illustrated in the quiet death of a chalk-stream. And this year 2017, they are drying and dying...
Gudgeon Bashers

The Glory of Gudgeon

Newly retired after nearly 50 years at the famous London fishing store Farlows in Pall Mall, Brian Fratel greeted his contingent of angling luminaries...

Pebble Mine Loses 4th Major Backer – Action needed by Friday 29th June

Source: Sportsmans Alliance 4 Alaska Pebble Mine recently lost its 4th major financial backer as First Quantum Minerals decided to walk away from the proposed...

Have your say now to #ProtectWater and Save Our Salmon!

A message from the Angling Trust Did you know that Atlantic salmon – one of our most iconic...

Farlows Salmon Flies by Martin Lanigan O’Keeffe

I was Chairman of the Board of Farlows when the original Pattern Books spurring this publication resurfaced and returned home to Farlows. I vividly recall...

Fly Fishing Retreats Open For Registrations

Scotland retreat Casting for Recovery UK & Ireland, the unique fly fishing therapy programme for ladies with breast cancer, is delighted to be returning to...
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