USA saltwater fly fishing pioneer and casting legend Lefty Kreh has been recognised for his lifetime of contributions by his home state with a fishing trail named in his honour.
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...
Laurent Guillermin's second article looks at the European zander, or pikeperch - found in lakes and rivers of Eastern, Central, and Western Europe. The diet of the zander depends largely on the food available. Any species of fish is fair game for the zander's toothy jaws, even its own kind! That is enough reason to give it a try with a fly!
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.
Right now, there is huge excitement about what is happening in this sport we love so much, particularly the single-handed fly rod discipline, with...
Andy Mill and publisher Tom Pero of Wild River Press presented Bonefish & Tarpon Trust with a check for $18,000 from the sale of Mill’s award-winning book “A Passion for Tarpon" recently.
One of the UK’s leading fishing tackle manufacturers, Hardy & Greys, is planning to restructure its HQ organization to reduce costs and increase profitability. This includes the departure of MD Richard Sanderson.
Tackle Trade World are reporting the departure of Hardy Greys MD, Richard Sanderson, with others to follow, at the Alnwick-based branch of the company.
Conway Bowman, Southern California's shark whisperer extraordinaire shares with us a trailer for his new DVD due out in January 2012 showcasing the spectacle that is catch and release fly fishing for mako sharks.
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!