Tom Pero, former editor of Fish&Fly Magazine, and Richard Hewitt, owner of FishandFly.com, discuss the news of the merger between their companies back at the end of 2008, what this meant for subscribers at the time, and the editorial direction of the new venture. What podcast would be complete without red, purple, even yellow bikinis. Intrigued? Stay tuned.
Keith Rose-Innes reports that week 15 was full of variety, with a number of firsts for several anglers!
Justin McCarthy reports on a fantastic week on the Kharlovka River.
Welchy takes up the offer of a day fly fishing afloat with pike fishing buddy John Synnuck; but has he bitten off more than he can Chew...
Is this the best pike fly fishing DVD ever? When we saw the trailer (see inside) we were definitely excited by the quality of the fish and the imagery and so couldn't wait to get our hands on a finished copy. It's definitely a fly fishing movie but not what you might typically expect...
The Aberdeen Press and Journal reports that there are hopes for increased salmon numbers in the River Spey after a dam reclassification.
I was lucky enough to catch my first grayling on the fly, many years ago and quite by chance whilst fishing for trout one...
For avid grayling fly fishers or for those wanting the ultimate winter grayling fly fishing, there is no better place than the large French rivers! In fact, I have caught in the Rhone river grayling over 50 cm and one huge specimen of 60 cm! Bigger than the ones from Slovenia or from Lapland where I have been fly fishing several times. For grayling, you can choose to explore the Rhone, the Rhin or the famous Dordogne near Bergerac.
Every winter, when the ice is blocking the rings of my fly rod, I cannot resist the urge to seek out the orange color trails that lead to impressive perch attacks! These fish are in top form this time of year and continue to feed on bleak and roach who gather in certain areas of the river where the current forms large meanders.