The south-easterly winds are bringing in the bonefish in serious numbers! Keith Rose-Innes reports from Alphonse.
Check out this tremendous film footage of a 300lb class mako with Dave Trimble of ontheflyfishingcharter.com
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.
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.
Keith Rose-Innes looks back at a record-breaking season and reports that a total of 15,415 fish were caught and released in 30 weeks.
We are delighted to start to present Keith Rose-Innes’ reports from Alphonse, where the start of the 2014 /15 season has been spectacular!
In partnership with UMass Amherst and Carleton University, the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) has officially launched 'The Atlantic Tarpon Acoustic Tagging Project' by tagging its first two fish in the Lower Florida Keys! Two acoustic tags were placed in tarpon this week by BTT contributing scientists Lucas Griffin from UMass Amherst and Jake Brownscombe from Carleton University.
There are few saltwater destinations where large tailing bonefish can be found with such regularity as Los Roques...
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.
Martin Salter has just returned from an important mission to tick a few more items off that fisherman's bucket list: A GT on the fly from Alphonse Island in the Seychelles.