The Norwegian Flyfishers' Club has for thirty years been the life's work of Manfred Raguse, who built it up from the early days after readers of his German magazine articles asked to come and fish with him. Now a new area dawns with new owners Per Arneberg and Enrico Cristiani taking over the famous Rotation fishery with its extensive prime salmon-fishing beats on the middle and lower river. Read More
In early May on the Island of Rügen, the largest Atlantic salmon ever caught in Germany with rod and reel was landed. Dieter Schmidt of Wolfsburg lured the 125cm giant with a Rhino Xtra Mag Spoon in the color pattern "Rügen Special“. When weighed the specimen turned out to be an enormous 24.3 kg (53.5lb). Read More
The International Fario Club (IFC) recently staged a competition at The Hurlingham Club reviving memories of the golden age of fly casting tournaments. Read More
North Atlantic Salmon Fund chairman, Orri Vigfusson, with news of some very encouraging early reports from Iceland's rivers where many have been producing salmon since early June, a good month before they usually open for serious fishing effort. Now in the last few days fish are being caught in prolific numbers which bodes well for the big fish which arrive in July. Read More
News from Matt Breuer of Ponoi River Company's Ryabaga camp this week included visitations from the governor to Murmansk region Marina Kovtun and the party of PRC owner Ilya Sherbovich. Apart from sampling the salmon-fishing, the parties met up to discuss the future of the Ponoi and other Kola rivers. Read More