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The Be Sharps and The Binkiest Nabob

On me everyone as there is much to discuss. But first a word from our sponsor... The Husqvarna 365 is a semi professional saw with a...

High Summer Puzzle

Yesterday was a lovely day.  A short bike ride in the morning to get the legs buzzing, luncheon with family and then downriver in...

Postal Problems and Difficulties with the Duchess of Cambridge

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Stop right there festive Freddie as it's still many weeks away and it has long been a...
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Lost in New Zealand

Up and coming fly fisherwoman Katka Švagrová has been making quite a name for herself with her fly fishing adventures around the world the last...
The falls at Westerdale and the Millstream on beat eight of the River Thurso

William Dunbar (1815 – 1879)

By Malcolm Dutchman-Smith In the course of the present century the name of Eddie McCarthy has become synonymous with the River Thurso so much so...

The Art of Fishing – Sculptor Paul Dady

We were recently introduced to the fine work of sculptor Paul Dady via his magnificent salmon cast in bronze featured in our main photo....

2018 already! Are you sure?

Happy New Year everyone, and best wishes for 2008 . Apparently it's 2018, I am no longer forty years old and hell's horses, where did...

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...

It is Good to Visit New Rivers Sometimes isn’t it?

Like football fans and their favourite teams, many anglers maintain surprising loyalty to the beats and rivers they visit, even when the opportunity of...

Salmon Fishing by the Light of the Midnight Sun

Santa is a fisherman! Why wouldn't he be - surrounded as he is by acres and acres of fish-filled lakes and rivers up in the...
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