Changes in ocean conditions in the northwest Atlantic have altered the food web, changing the quantity and quality of important prey species.
Stephen Cheetham searches for his roots this month and comes up with a fly fishing ancestor that dates back to the late 16th century with a literary background and plenty of fishing tips and fly dressings!
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...
This week Keith reports a flurry of triggers, monster yellowfin and wahoo!
The guys at Deneki Outdoors have "seen all sorts of creative approaches to losing fish" from their clients over the years apparently. In their blog they have come up with the "Top 5 Ways to Lose a Steelhead" in case you weren't sure!
So, we're on the river, in the water, prowling. I like to think that it looks how it feels. Like a panther, stalking. A...
Throughout this series, I have tried to bring a glimpse of what is going on at the frontier of fly fishing for trout & grayling, though have not really explored other developments, such as fly fishing for other species and, notably, salt water. I do very little of the latter and there are far more experienced fly fishers in these areas to broadcast what is going on.
A benefit to membership of the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust is that you get access to the largest repository of expert knowledge and experience...
A new venture for fly-fishers whose dream is to sample the Arctic char fishing in Greenland is taking shape under the aegis of Arni Baldursson. Arni runs his Lax-a fishing all over the world but this camp looks the business and one assumes very good connections in Greenland to enable such comfort to go up in the wilderness in such short order.
David Radcliffe is back from an Arctic grayling trip to Nunavut in Canada that he will not forget.