It was just last week that six of us, Geoff Maynard (above) Pete Henton, Stuart Tod, Brian Havell, Jason Lacny and I discovered what it...
1,839 fish in one week! That's the latest report from the amazing South American rainbow trout fishery known as Jurassic Lake located in the wilds of Argentina.
There are few saltwater destinations where large tailing bonefish can be found with such regularity as Los Roques...
Escape to a tropical island paradise and experience the angling of your dreams on one of the prime protected fisheries in the far reaches of the Indian Ocean – Alphonse!
by Jeremy Lucas - San River I want to introduce you to the most beautiful river in Europe, and the best grayling fishery in the...
Stephan Gian Dombaj travels the world fly fishing and taking photographs that capture both the spirit of the destinations he visits and also the species of fish he seeks there. In his second feature for Fish&Fly he takes us to a remote corner of Patagonia where the rainbow trout reach truly epic proportions.
Keith Rose-Innes reports that the milkfish are in and are not only getting hooked, but landed too!
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 the start of the season on Astove, as six anglers shared 93 GTs – with five of them over a metre!
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.