Saturday, July 21, 2018
brown trout

Fly Fishing for Cumbrian Gold

Words and pictures by Paul Sharman In a county better known for the copper mining history of the Lake District, it was in fact the stunning...

A Clear Winner in Sussex – Chalk Springs Trout Fishery

A recent visit to the beautiful old town of Arundel in West Sussex, complete with its magnificent castle and nestled around the tidal upper reaches of the River Arun was the perfect chance to visit Chalk Springs Fishery for some clear water fly fishing for rainbow and brown trout.

New Season! Just In! Everything on this rail £5!

And we're off! Two days into the new fishing season and fish are already falling for a hawthorn in some of the heaviest hatches of...

Chopping and Changing

Today we went to Duck Holds Wood.  Sometimes this dry fly fishing can be hard work.  Hard work in that a fair bit of...

Back on the Water at Arlington Reservoir

The 1st April saw the start of the fly fishing from boats season on South East Water's lovely Arlington Reservoir near Polegate in East...

Spey Salmon Hopes

The Aberdeen Press and Journal reports that there are hopes for increased salmon numbers in the River Spey after a dam reclassification.

Bonefish and Tides

A benefit to membership of the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust is that you get access to the largest repository of expert knowledge and experience...

Beach Combing with Ming the Merciless

For those that have kindly been in touch... No we haven't been away on holiday this week , although Madam is once again on the annual...

The Messiah, Proud Mary and Moses

Well that's it, trout fishing for 2017 done, and as ever bewilderment over the speeding up of time as wasn't the Mayfly only a...

Weasels, Worms and their Impact on Groundwater Supply

Week one, Done. Hawthorn was early, heavy but brief and as always has served as the flicking of a switch where our brown trout are concerned...
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