Sunday, April 22, 2018
A hungry winter grayling caught fly fishing on the River Eden

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 41: Low River Winter Grayling

What a strange winter it has so far been; mild and stormy with many of our rivers unfishable for very long periods. Eden has...

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...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 6: Reading Waters

When I'm out there, assessing a section of water on river or lake, I'm always looking for signs, indicators, nuances of flow, features; anything...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 11: Take Detection

I said that I would write a piece about the complicated subject of take detection when nymph fishing, particularly on rivers. This is also...
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 37: Leader to Hand

Regular readers know that I have been fishing a lot with what I term 'leader-to-hand' in recent years. Indeed, other than on small rivers, I very seldom use fly line at all any more.
An Eden trout taken on the Oppo duo rig - Jeremy Lucas reckons it's time to focus on the surface possibilities of the method.

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 55: Duo for Purpose

This month Jeremy lucas takes an in-depth look at fishing the duo, or nymph under dry, and offers some timely advice on how to...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 4

Stealing the angle As with so much in fly fishing, it is largely a matter of finding the right angle on the fish, particularly in...

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...
Trio, duo or dry fly - all 3 methods are viable in winter says Jeremy Lucas

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 34

A Winter Approach On a trout and grayling river, from November through to the rawness of late winter, you never quite know what to expect. I...
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