Greeting new readers and urban veterans – if you are a long time reader then do not switch off as you may find out something interesting.
Visitors have jumped in the last month or so and I thought I would tell you again how to access the content of Urban Fly Fisher as well as […]
(I wrote this post back in February 2011 – I have no idea whether they still use sex to sell fly fishing gear #grin#)
Oh Hardy – you used to be all butlers and stupidly expensive reels – where did it all go horribly wrong?
So I got home […]
As we were walking back to the car I spoke about every reason for why we should have caught some monsters.
The Pike were their! I had caught them there at this time in previous years. We had huge flies. I had read some stuff on the Guru McFluffchucker site. You cannot have a third […]
Awake at 4am.
Picked up at 5.55am
Arrived at 6.30am
Yea sure, I mean it LOOKS fishy!
It rained on and off.
Cast over a hundred times with streamers and an amazing popper that went Gloop, Gloop, Gloop!
Caught one Pike of a few pounds.
Left the loch at around 10am.
Alex turned to […]
The talk of the steamy are the two park benches that are on the falls at the Sea Pool on the Kelvin.
You can see a newspaper tucked into it!
They are going to be removed very soon using a chainsaw so that they cannot be put back again. Personally I will be sorry […]
I have really been enjoying the wee burn that I discovered a few weeks ago. It is strange as I have worked near it for years and have always wanted to have a cast on it for just as long and it is only now that I have finally got around to it. I am […]
The river remains best suited to Salmon fishers after another downpour of rain.
A view from the bridge on Kelvinway.
Just to show that a committee members life is not all cocaine fueled wild parties here is an image of a meeting in the Islay Inn involving some of the committee […]
Well, a few days of interesting life has past since we last spoke.
Yesterday I got the Whip out and took the boy to the canal for an hour – I only had the one worm and needless to say I believe the stories I have heard about the declining population […]
Tonight (Tuesday) was pretty good.
I have been in communication with a reader who very kindly swapped his old Greys GRX for a filleting knife (I had to press the swapped part). Dougie fishes lakes and lochs mostly and had also neen stung by the appalling Hardy/Greys total disregard of their agreements and promises when […]
Back to the burn I fished the other day however no rod with me as it was just a recon mission. I had googled the burn on google maps and found a likely looking spot which I thought may have good access – turns out I was wrong,very wrong!
You can see the river […]