1. dave lindsay · April 5, 2010

    his other book pike on the fly is just as good …….

  2. darthwader · April 5, 2010

    ^^ and its much cheaper!! ^^

    Had mine for about 10 years and its kinda falling apart, spent too long on the bog I suppose!

  3. Alistair · April 5, 2010

    Good Grief – I just looked at the price – that is scandelous – I bought mine off Amazon for a tenner!

    I am pretty sure if someone puts there mind to it the book can be bought cheaper elsewhere!

    darthwader – you owe me a Pike trip 🙂

  4. Si · April 5, 2010

    My copy came from amazon only a few months ago and I can assure you it wasn’t 50 quid! Can just imagine the wifes face if she thought I had spent £50 on a fishing book!!! It’s hard enough convincing her that a rod should cost that. 🙂

  5. George Bernstein · April 5, 2010

    The newest book on fly-fishing for pike & musky is, “Toothy Critters Love Flies,” available at Amazon for $16.95. It covers veral things not mentioned in the Reynolds books. SAee more info and an excerpt at http://www.pikeflyguy.com.

  6. SimonGraham · April 5, 2010

    Hopefully fishing with him next Spring over here on the island as well as in Sweden.

  7. Alistair · April 5, 2010

    Hang on – you are going to fish with Barry Reynolds?

  8. dave lindsay · April 5, 2010

    hes doing some stuff with the pffa around scotland as well should be fun getting him to some scots girls

  9. SimonGraham · April 5, 2010

    Yup,He’s bringing a cameraman along.Staying in Sweden for 3 days and fishing with myself & my Vision team mate, then we’re coming over here to fish the Merikarvia river mouth and stay at the Eumer lodge, then up to Replot for 5 days.

  10. Alistair · April 5, 2010

    If he came here I could show him the local canal 🙂

  11. SimonGraham · April 5, 2010

    He’d be well impressed with the Kelvin!

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