Published in: Members Articles‘Pon my soul Initially fly fishing in Cuba, Trinidad & Tobago (my homeland) and other islands, introduced me to the splendor of Tarpon. Tarpon are just so exhilarating, they’re extremely acrobatic and test your tackle, line and knots to the very limit. To coin a phrase “I was hooked” and after many…
The 2014 salmon season officially came to an end on the Ponoi last week and with three French, three American, two Scots, two English and ten Russian anglers it was an electric gathering.
The past week has seen hot weather, calm seas and MONSTER GTs
Keith Rose-Innes reports that week 15 was full of variety, with a number of firsts for several anglers!
The Atlantic Salmon Federation report that some Canadian rivers might hold surprises for the fall, as the late runs of 2014 continue to enter rivers.
Keith Rose-Innes reports on some great fish - and a lot of beginner's luck!
Keith Rose-Innes' latest report of catches and conditions on the island paradise that is Alphonse...
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.
Published in: Members ArticlesFly Fishing in the UK I love fishing for Salmon and Trout. The Tweed is my favourite Salmon river in the UK. I can’t make my mind up which is my favourite beat though? The Derwent at Chatsworth house is probably my favourite trout beat, it’s not just the fishing at Chatsworth…
In Keith Rose-Innes’ latest report from Astove there are loads of GTs, including 12 over a meter, and a rare double permit hookup.