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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.

Alphonse Island News – Permit, Bills and Bones!

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

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 5: Presentation

So, we're on the river, in the water, prowling. I like to think that it looks how it feels. Like a panther, stalking. A...

Atlantic Salmon Reserve Update: 9

Last week saw the Atlantic Salmon Reserve Youth Programme at the Kharlovka Camp...Katya reports back on how the lads fared...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 2

by Jeremy Lucas - San River - Part 2 The second part of Jeremy's first article in his new series for Fish & Fly called 'Fishing...

Lakselva – Big Fish River of the Moment

The Lakselva river in Norway is now one of the most reliable rivers in the world when it comes to producing salmon of over 40lbs. We have been fishing the river over the past six seasons and in almost every week we have been there, one or more of our guests has landed a fish of over 40lbs.

Alphonse Island News – Bones, Big GT’s and a Flats Grand Slam

The south-easterly winds are bringing in the bonefish in serious numbers! Keith Rose-Innes reports from Alphonse.

Astove Fishing News – A Real Flyer!

Keith Rose-Innes reports that Astove Atoll is off to a real flyer with slams, triggers and big GTs galore!

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...

Avalon Launches New Cuban Destination

Avalon, Cuban Fishing Centers, is pleased to present its new fishing destination, Cayo Cruz/Cayo Romano and we want to express our truly thanks to Cuba, the National Company for the protection of Flora and Fauna (ENPFF), Ministery of Tourism (MINTUR) and the travel agency Ecotur (ECOTUR SA) , for allowing us to continue to have joint projects, where the care of the environment and sustainable tourism are the common denominator.
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