Monthly Archives: October 2011

2011 England Youth Fly Fishing at Lower Itchen Fishery

Summer might be just about over and the trout season drawing to a close but its not quite time to put the fly rods away, NOT yet! The grayling fishing is coming to its very best, so why not make … Continue reading

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2012 syndicate rods for Islabank

For the 2012 season there will be a syndicate formed to fish Islabank on the river Isla, one of the main Tay tributaries. Syndicate rods will cost £600 and each syndicate rod will fish two nominated days per week.

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Are you confident with your fly choice this autumn?

Autumn fishing and the choice of flies available to the salmon angler can be bewildering with a staggering number of patterns, new materials and advice available to the angler from a variety of magazines, websites and forums.

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Salmon fishing for beginners with Farlows

Fly fishing is considered a pastime by some and an art form by others. Whether you’re looking to resurrect a childhood hobby,

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Salmon fishing is about luck!

Anthony Steel shares with us his thoughts about Salmon Fishing. Salmon fishing – whatever anyone says – is a lot about luck. Being in the right place at the right time is absolutely key and sometimes complete novices can be … Continue reading

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Paul Little is flying the FishPal flag in the USA

Paul Little will be representing FishPal at the International Fly Tying Symposium in Somerset New Jersey in November. Over 100 North American tyers and Europe’s best will be providing a

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RIVER DEE GHILLIES’ DINNER & CEILIDH

On Saturday 15th October 2011 Orri Vigfusson and the North Atlantic Salmon Fund will host an informal dinner and Ceilidh in honour of the Ghillies of the River Dee.  The dinner is to be held at the Potarch Hotel near … Continue reading

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