We introduce another new regular monthly fly fishing column today covering the wealth of fly fishing opportunities available in continental Europe. These will be written by Laurent Guillermin who is a well-known writer and photographer from France. His first stop is the Albarine River in his native France. Welcome Laurent!
All good things have to come to an end as Alphonse Fishing Co celebrates the close of their first and very successful 10-week ‘fly fishing only’ season at Astove Atoll Lodge, Seychelles.
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.
This week Keith reports a flurry of triggers, monster yellowfin and wahoo!
Alex Jardine continues his monthly column taking a first stab of the winter at some fly fishing for pike and shares news of the National Rivers Final for the England Youth Fly Fishing Association held on the Lower Itchen.
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.
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!
Columbia recently visited unique destinations (Alphonse Island, Key West and Vietnam) with prime species where sustainable fishing is a key focus point. Among the...
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Mark Richens just bought legendary rodmaker Thomas & Thomas, rescuing it from what has been a fairly public decline. But with a background in successfully managing start-ups, an appreciation for the importance of keeping the racks full, and a hearty sense of the company's history, the future is obviously bright.