Some of my long term readers will know about my problems with my Vision “Extreme” waders. You were with me at the begining…when I was all exited about getting them ….you were with me when they arrived and they were exactly one size too big. You were with me when I caught my biggest trout [...]
So someone from the Friends of the River Kelvin left a messege in my guest book.
Friends of the River Kelvin – monthly clean-ups along various stretches of kelvin â€“ first Saturday of month (except Jan) 10.30am (till 12.30pm …) all welcome. gloves, wellies, bags provided. Meet at FORK HQ: Haâ€™penny Bridge House, on the [...]
Well, now here is a thingus that might be interesting.
That might mean that I could use a tapered leader without actually worrying about buggering it up……need to get a couple for next season I reckon. Worth trying anyway
I was asked the other day to recommend a good fly fishing book. I would recommend “To Rise a Trout”. It was in an old bookshop but I have found a copy on Amazon….To Rise a Trout Its is primarilly dedicated to fishing the dry fly. For those starting out or people who just want [...]
Atlantic Salmon Zoom In @ National Geographic Magazine I was looking through these photographs by Paul Nicklen. Lovely the way they have been shot. Gander through the photographs and you come to pictures of 40lb Salmon resting in a pool in Quebec’s Causapscal River.
Check out the updated site….. urban flyfishing
I think the style flows over much better now….When you go to the flow section the garscube stretch opens in a new window, so does the blog for that matter! Just go and test it out for me Oh yea…..if you look at the little rollover effect [...]
So I have not been fished the Kelvin in around a month now……jeepers. Today is the last day of the trout season here in good ole Scotland and the last month has been a washout. This Saturday I am going to head down to the kelvin for some Sea Trout action (with any luck) and [...]
Pike Vanish From Lake
Canadian resort puzzled by disappearing fish.
Where did all the northern pike go? Thatâ€™s the question being asked by the community surrounding Watson Lake, located on the border between British Columbia and the Yukon in Canada.
Before last year, Watson was considered a prime destination for trophy pike. In [...]
Damn, another Sunday and not going fishing. Back at University now so my fishing time has been severely curtailed. I wouldnâ€™t mind so much if I was actually getting the chance to get out and go fishing but the weather has been crap which is putting the rivers in terrible conditionâ€¦.and wellâ€¦.you know the rest [...]
Times Online – Sport
If I had 20 bucks I would have went along and bought it…..oh hang on it was Â£20,000