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St Brandon's Early Season Feedback.

After much anticipation and interest we are delighted to report back on an extremely successful and productive first week of our season. In truth the week had it all. Large numbers of solid bonefish landed (with good numbers of 10lb plus fish thrown in), some monster GT's, trophy sized bluefin trevally...and yes even some gorgeous Indo Pacific permit made to the net.

A Strong Late Run in Canada?

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.

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...

Big Salmon Showing on Iceland’s Big Laxa

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.

Alphonse Island News – Late Milkfish!

As the season draws to an end and the south-easterly winds start to blow it’s all change on Alphonse.

Astove Atoll Lodge – End of Season Report

All good things have to come to an end as Alphonse Fishing Co celebrates the close of their first and very successful 10-week ‘fly fishing only’ season at Astove Atoll Lodge, Seychelles.

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 3: San River

Watching Pascal, I saw him catch 30 grayling in an hour, from really rather challenging water, missing very few, all with barely moving his...

South American Fly Fishing Season

With the new Las Buitreras season upon us down in Argentina, and with 10 fantastic years of amazing fishing and experiences at Las Buitreras we are now looking forward to see what this 11th year will have to offer fishing the wonderful Rio Gallegos for silvery sea trout.

Iceland’s Monster Wild Brown Trout – Lake Thingvallavatn

Imagine a lake that regularly produces wild brown trout from 7 to 9lb with fish over 20lb not uncommon, now let us take you there...

Alphonse Island Report 17-24 Nov

What a week it’s been as once again the catches on both the flats and out in the bluewater have been extremely good. The biggest GT of 91 cm’s was landed by Hendrick while fishing an exquisitely tied silver and white baitfish pattern.
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