Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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.

The Bigger They Are, The Ardea They Fall!

Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) is not a common fly tying material these days explains Paul Davis, mainly thanks to it being a protected species and therefore not commercially available. But many old patterns prescribe its use and a dead bird can provide useful salvage material!
Great Angling Disasters

Great Angling Disasters

What the Publisher Says Great Angling Disasters edited by Tom Quinn Great Angling Disasters is a wonderful collection of fishy tales from the past 200 years that...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 3: San River

Watching Pascal, I saw him catch 30 grayling in an hour, from really rather challenging water, missing very few, all with barely moving his...

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.

Fish&Fly TV

A Passion Called Salmon – DVD Trailer

The new DVD - A Passion Called Salmon by Sasa Savic is a celebration of the magnificent Atlantic Salmon and those both fish for...

The Sweet William Fly and Norman Greenwood

We anglers are some of the nicest, most helpful and cheeriest people you could ever wish to meet by the waterside. Well most of us anyway! Once in a while one person stands head and shoulders above us all. Sadly, a few years ago we lost that character.

Atlantic Salmon Reserve Update: 5

Justin McCarthy reports on a fantastic week on the Kharlovka River.

Huge catch on Norway's Vosso

Fortunes have varied wildly for salmon fishers in Norway recently. While the central rivers of the Trondelag region continue to struggle with catches through to the approaching end of the season, a notable catch to one rod on a single river has shown the potential for sport in this celebrated salmon-fishing country.
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