John Wolstenholme reviews a fly reel that he reckons puts British, more specifically Yorkshire, reel manufacture firmly back on the map.
One of the greatest pleasures in my life is teaching people how to enjoy themselves. As a fly fishing and fly tying instructor I take folks out of their comfort zone.
It was a very special day for Peter Fine on Hampshire Avon’s Royalty Fishery last week as he landed a 40lb plus salmon.
Check out this video we found on YouTube of an epic Atlantic Salmon battle from the Byske River in Sweden involving a long (and wet) struggle through the rapids to land the 30lb fish.
Aardvark McLeod share the results of the first weeks fishing on the remote Farquhar atoll in the Seychelles, home to many species such as the famous GT or Giant Trevally, bonefish, trigger fish and offshore species too like tuna and sailfish. It's a long journey down but boy is it worth it!
David Radcliffe is back from an Arctic grayling trip to Nunavut in Canada that he will not forget.
The Aberdeen Press and Journal reports that there are hopes for increased salmon numbers in the River Spey after a dam reclassification.
Join Rae Borras in this lovely programme as he tries to track down a salmon on the fly from one of England's most famous rivers, the Hampshire Avon.
Heading for the outer islands in the Seychelles is the nearest thing in fishing terms of going to war. After months of preparation including some physical training the time was finally upon us as my band of GT hunters boarded aircraft and heading once again for the Indian Ocean.
Robbie Douglas Miller explains why the AST are so concerned about salmon and how that has focused the AST on 3 core programmes.