Sunday, March 18, 2018

Alphonse Island Report 17-24 Nov

What a week it’s been as once again the catches on both the flats and out in the bluewater have been extremely good. The biggest GT of 91 cm’s was landed by Hendrick while fishing an exquisitely tied silver and white baitfish pattern.

Postal Problems and Difficulties with the Duchess of Cambridge

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Stop right there festive Freddie as it's still many weeks away and it has long been a...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 4

Stealing the angle As with so much in fly fishing, it is largely a matter of finding the right angle on the fish, particularly in...

Carp on the Fly Features in US TV Show

Fly Fishing the World is a very popular fly fishing TV show that has been syndicated around the world. They are filming a brand new series right now with new host Conway Bowman, a fly fishing guide best know for his pioneering work in creating a catch and release fishery for mako sharks on fly gear out of San Diego, California.
Fly Reel Sounds

The ‘Reel’ Sound of Music – Fly Reels Compared

Some, like me, love to hear a fly reel purr, whizz and scream whereas you may think silence is golden. Each to their own...

Astove Atoll Fishing News – Big Bones and Grand Slams!

Keith Rose-Innes reports back from a week of Grand Slams, GTs, big bones and challenging weather on Astove!

Spey Salmon Hopes

The Aberdeen Press and Journal reports that there are hopes for increased salmon numbers in the River Spey after a dam reclassification.

It's Showtime at The Delphi Club

It’s time to start planning that trip to the Bahamas, and where better than the Delphi Club? Check out their latest newsletter...

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...

Fly Tying Materials – Semperfli Predator Fibres

If you have ever tried to cast a large baitfish pattern or a Salmon Templedog made from all natural materials then you will appreciate that its hard work due to the amount of water retained by the fly.
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