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Californian Golden Trout - by Chase Bartee

Life on the Fly

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...
'Pon my soul

Pon my soul: Fly fishing for whopping tarpon in the Florida Keys

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…

Alphonse Island News – Permit, Bills and Bones!

There were tricky winds in the Seychelles last week – but they encouraged the permit to feed!

A Vintage Year on the Varzuga

Roxtons report on a terrific season on the Varzuga River on the south of Russia’s Kola Peninsula.

The Spectacular Sea Trout of the Rio Gallegos

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 first of a regular series for Fish&Fly he shares his love for the Rio Gallegos of Patagonia and its spectacular and often giant seatrout.

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 11: Take Detection

I said that I would write a piece about the complicated subject of take detection when nymph fishing, particularly on rivers. This is also...

Farquhar Atoll – Fly Fishing Paradise

Heading for the outer islands in the Seychelles is the nearest thing in fishing terms of going to war. After months of preparation including some physical training the time was finally upon us as my band of GT hunters boarded aircraft and heading once again for the Indian Ocean.

Havana good time – fly fishing Cuba

I just got back from my first long-awaited trip to Cuba to sample the flats fishing in the Jardines de la Reina region, leading a group of UK anglers in conjunction with the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT).

Norway's Rich Salmon History

Tarquin Millington-Drake from Frontiers Travel points to Norway's famous salmon fishing of the past, perhaps only second to that of Scotland, and that it is still possible to find great fishing if you know where to look.

Atlantic Salmon Reserve – End of Season Report

Three Rivers Programme - The Kharlovka, Litza and Rynda/Zolotoya report for the final week of the 2014 season…
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