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Fishing on the Frontier – Part 7: Presentation Again!

There are so many angles to consider: so much to work out in order to put the fly where the fish is. This is what...
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A Year In The Life – A Fly Fishing Journey

Coming soon from Jonathan Tomlinson's Smoking Drag Productions ... Watch the official trailer above... Almost 18 months in the making, A Year In The Life -...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 8: The Switch Cast!

I said that I would go further into presentation, learning from times out there in Europe, particularly on the great rivers. This is the...

Pushing the Boat Out – Fly Fishing at Eagle Brae

Nestled in the hillside of the beautiful Strathglass, a few miles outside Beauly near Inverness, lies Eagle Brae - a collection of luxurious log...
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The Beauty and the Beasts of Loch Awe

After three days blanking on the Aberdeenshire Dee, I rose to an invitation to fish Loch Awe like a ravenous trout. We were to...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 10

Dead-drifting in the Spring After the floods that have characterised this winter, on every river I have fished, and the recent intensely cold nights, the...
'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…

Fly Fishing Adventures – Laxardal – 66°N

For some time now I have heard whispers of the trout fishing in Iceland and I was dubious at best. The idea of rivers with browns averaging 4-5lbs and the chance of 10-12lb fish like in New Zealand but then with the population density resembling a river more like that of Southern England, it just seemed inconceivable! So I ventured North-West to go and see if any of these bold statements were based at all on truth.

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 1

by Jeremy Lucas - San River I want to introduce you to the most beautiful river in Europe, and the best grayling fishery in the...

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...
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