Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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...

Tales of the Unexpected

I have never forgotten the first time as a barrister I addressed a jury on behalf of a client. It was a rather stuttering...
Grayling Photo

Chalk Stream Grayling fishing – some simple feedback from positive experiences and observation…

I was lucky enough to catch my first grayling on the fly, many years ago and quite by chance whilst fishing for trout one...

The Origin of the Munro Killer Salmon Fly

We were delighted to hear a little while ago from James Morrison who kindly shared some of his family history of his late father,...

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.

Wonky Willows and Magnificent Mahogany Reredos

This next chunk of guff is being chucked up by a withered husk that has returned to chainsaw duties. Some of my meagre muscles...
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