Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 24

August’s Sleeping River Someone I bumped into in Appleby was asking me about where and how best to fish the Eden. My immediate reply was:...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 13

Western European Leaders You will notice that I have persisted with the related subjects of presentation and take detection, and this piece pursues these further....
Sue Sissons, one of the best ever England lady competitors, on the San

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 53: The Development of River Technique

Jeremy Lucas begins to develop his thoughts on specific river techniques in the latest in his ‘Frontier’ series. A lot of readers of this series...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 5: Presentation

So, we're on the river, in the water, prowling. I like to think that it looks how it feels. Like a panther, stalking. A...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 14

Improved Take Detection I wrote before about sensitive take detection and its importance in hard fished waters where we have to present small, imitative nymphs...
New techniques in river fly fishing are leading to greater fly control and greater success

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 39: The Frontier Opens

"There are many frontiers in our sport, and there always will be, I suspect." Former England International Fly Fishing team member and now coach...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 30

Accuracy Rivers all over Britain have been steadily falling this spring. Here on Eden we have had more than six weeks now with no appreciable...
River Eden Brown trout

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 44: The Changing River

Following on with the theme of presentation this month, which is so visible on the river angling agenda nowadays, one cannot help but notice...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 9

In several of the practice sessions for last year's European Championships in Norway, I spent quite a lot of time observing Iain Barr's presentation...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 15

Micro Dry Fly It is a somewhat surprising fact that few British anglers actually fish to the size of the flies they are imitating. Consider...
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