Where tarpon spawn is still a mystery. Although we have a good indication that many tarpon spawn offshore in the Gulf of Mexico near the full and new moons in spring and summer, an exact location has yet to be determined.
Between September and the end of the year, the AST team will be updating their supporters in Northumberland, Northern Ireland and London with the results of the most exciting work in which the AST has ever been involved. New data about the lives of wild Atlantic salmon and sea trout at sea has now become available.
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.
Netsmen who fish Devon's River Exe have agreed to a conservation deal aimed at restoring the stocks of what was one of England’s best salmon rivers. The river has long been a favourite for anglers but its most famous salmon was caught in the estuary by a netsman called Richard Voysey in 1924. It weighed 64 lb.
Pure Fishing, Inc. were named overall “Best of Show” winner at the ICAST 2011 New Product Showcase thanks to their new Berkley Nanofil fishing line with newcomer Driftpac along with Temple Fork Outfitters and G Loomis taking top spots in the Fly Fishing categories.
An important event took place on the evening of Thursday 16th June 2011. All guests and staff resident at the Atlantic Salmon Reserve in Russia received an unexpected invitation from Peter Power to join him for a party at Kharlovka House. Guests were told that he had something to tell them about "…the future of the ASR". Was this to be "the end" or "the beginning of a new dawn"?
A new study suggests that the common practice of clipping the adipose fin of hatchery salmon may be damaging their swimming ability and survival rate. The adipose fin, found on a fish’s back behind its dorsal fin, was until now considered vestigial rather than functional and is typically cut off from millions of hatchery fish for identification purposes when they are caught.
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.
A few years ago when I saw the first video of fly fishing in saltwater for bonefish, permit and tarpon, I knew that before I die I had to fish for them. Hooking a bonefish on a never-ending flat and hearing the shrill sound of the reel screaming non-stop, frantic, energetic and sharp since then became an obsession.