World Fishing Day – An Almighty Task

It’s a challenge for sure and not one for the faint-hearted, non-finishers of this world. Hence why we have nothing but admiration for the creators of World Fishing Day, a live 24 hour fishing show dedicated to rod angling around the globe. World Fishing Day – 23 June 2018 WORLD FISHING DAY IS COMING. A global celebration of angling. Find out how you can take part at www.worldfishingday.com Posted by Fishing TV on Friday, April … Read More World Fishing Day – An Almighty Task

Summer Evening Fishing – Top 6 Trout Flies

summer evening fishing

As we move into summer evening fishing on rivers really comes into its own. Fish tend to seek cover and hide away during the long hot days, particularly in low water. They will choose to feed in the late evening when temperatures are cooler and available insects are at their maximum. I also believe that fish feel safer in the evening the lower light levels make them less visible and daytime predators (mostly birds) are … Read More Summer Evening Fishing – Top 6 Trout Flies

A new trout fishery in Northern France

The La Cascade is a new trout fishery in the north of France, and at the moment, it’s the only trout fly fishing lake in the north… Recently, Fulling Mill Ambassador Guido Vinck tested the new fishery with excellent results.  Testing a new fishery is always a big challenge. La Cascade in the North of France, a spring-fed former watercress farm, has now been transformed into a gin clear small reservoir stocked with rainbow (90%) … Read More A new trout fishery in Northern France

Simon Robinson’s 6 essential river flies for 2018

essential river flies

As we move into the early summer months our rivers across the UK really start to come alive and there are a number of essential river flies to have in your fly box. After the short feeding spells of early season fish will now feed all day. This gives the river angler some great opportunities to not only fish at different times of day but to also fish a variety of methods including dries and … Read More Simon Robinson’s 6 essential river flies for 2018

Spring Stillwater Fishing and the Wessex Water Challenge

So finally. A new season has, falteringly, arrived…ish. The snow that carpeted the country just a matter of weeks ago, seems like a semicolon to a new season a fading memory, replaced by rain that would have had Noah hammering nails to fashion an ark as fast his arms could pound. It’s been a bloomin’ odd start to a new year hunting trout. If you are river fisher …just basically, let’s rewind and start again … Read More Spring Stillwater Fishing and the Wessex Water Challenge

Top Tips to catch more Salmon through Late Spring

Salmon Fishing in Late Spring

As is often the case in salmon fishing, there are no hard and fast rules as to what works and what doesn’t at any given time. Sure it helps to have a good idea of what works for you in certain conditions but if you asked ten anglers what their preferences were at this time of year you’d get a real good mixture of answers which will probably leave you more confused than before. So, … Read More Top Tips to catch more Salmon through Late Spring