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- There have been some big fish caught this year on rivers across the UK & Ireland. 2020 Salmon Fishing Awards blog.fishpal.com/2020/10/22/202… 6 hours ago
- RT @taydsfb: Its 15 October, so that means the 2020 River Tay salmon fishing season is now over. However, fishing continues on the River Ea… 5 days ago
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There have been some big fish caught this year on rivers across the UK & Ireland. Below are some of the prestigious awards for anglers young and old to enter and be recognised for their achievement of catching and releasing … Continue reading
FishPal caught up with Callum Conner, Director of Scotia Tourism Ltd, earlier this week. He will be joining Anne, Wednesday 23rd September, on the FishPal Live at 7pm. Q:What has fishing been like for you and Scotia Fishing post Lockdown? … Continue reading
Earlier this month angler and writer Matthew Will fished for four rivers in search of four species with just four days to achieve his goal.
John Olav Oldren from Tingvoll Salmon Fishing lodge on the River Verdal updates us on the opening of fishing in the Trondheimfjord region of Norway.
Salmon fishing in Iceland is opening soon and Sog river is recognized as one of the finest Atlantic salmon rivers in Iceland. Sog river is only 65 km east from our lovely capital Reykjavik.
Looking back, looking forward Is there a casting metaphor? You look back to see the line straighten behind you then look forward to where you want the fly to land. Either way, looking back in time then forward from the … Continue reading
The winners of the annual Bemersyde Trophy, which honours the largest salmon landed on a fly on the River Tweed have been announced: Jonathan Murray from Ballymena is the overall winner, and Aberdeen University law student, Samuel Ackroyd the junior … Continue reading
No mugs when it comes to business innovation Lockdown has opened the door to a high flying success story for Durham entrepreneurs David Miller and Dave Foster.
We know one activity which is sure to be on the upswing during the lockdown: fly tying. What else do we have got to do? So, for a bit of fun we have created a fly-tying competition for you to … Continue reading