Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The Otters’ Tale by Simon Cooper

From the publishers... Otters hold an almost unique place in the animal kingdom of the British Isles, being one of the very few creatures that...
King Salmon

Getting it Down, Sinking The Fly

What I am going to propose to the readers here may or may not be a new concept to you. You may have read...
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Lost in New Zealand

Up and coming fly fisherwoman Katka Švagrová has been making quite a name for herself with her fly fishing adventures around the world the last...

Back on the Water at Arlington Reservoir

The 1st April saw the start of the fly fishing from boats season on South East Water's lovely Arlington Reservoir near Polegate in East...

Mesomorphs, Kelpies, Nuggles and Prodnose

And there went March.... the browns, the funeral, the pomp, the circumstance, the ides n'all. We are currently stuck on fast forward and the impending...

Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

Nestled deep in the cols and ice-gouged corries of the North-West Highlands of Scotland are a myriad of wild lochs waiting to be discovered by the adventurous...
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Get Your Old Tackle Out 4

Say it 'aint so! Chris Sandford can’t wait for you to enjoy the fourth and final episode of his vintage tackle show Get your Old...

Twenty Five Years, Possibly with Power to Add More

This week saw me successfully complete forty nine years on this earth and the twenty fifth anniversary of my employment in my current position....
Ardanaiseig Hotel

The Beauty and the Beasts of Loch Awe

After three days blanking on the Aberdeenshire Dee, I rose to an invitation to fish Loch Awe like a ravenous trout. We were to...

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...
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