Frontiers report from the Ponoi as the end of the season is in sight.
A spectacular “Golden Grand Slam” has been achieved whilst fishing St Francois atoll. 4th season Alphonse guide, Andrew Mayo guided Matvey (Mat) Ivanov to obtaining this coveted achievement! To qualify for a “Golden Grand Slam” title five species of fish: Permit, Milkfish, GT, Bonefish and a Triggerfish need to be caught on the same day.
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…
Story and photos by Chase & Aimee Bartee Fishing can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For my wife Aimee...
The Målselv River of Troms, northern Norway was once the preserve of the wealthy British 'Salmon Lords' – now a team of UK fishing writers return to rediscover its silver. Will they strike it lucky?
Last week saw the Atlantic Salmon Reserve Youth Programme at the Kharlovka Camp...Katya reports back on how the lads fared...
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.
Despite a delayed spring bringing a few challenges Alex Jardine enjoys his return to the Laxardal trout beats in Iceland.
There were tricky winds in the Seychelles last week – but they encouraged the permit to feed!
The Nes Beat on the Big Laxa has always been famous for the biggest fish in Iceland but this year the average size is well up.