Fly fishing on a chalk stream can be extremely rewarding, and one of my favourite ways of fishing on a chalk stream is sight fishing for grayling. Chalk streams give us the opportunity to stalk trout and grayling through their perfectly clear waters and allow us to not only target specific fish we see but watch their reactions to our flies. River Anton I was lucky enough to be invited to fish a stretch of … Read More Want to try sight fishing for Grayling on Chalkstreams?
When it comes to fly fishing for pike, we have you covered. With an already great selection of pike fishing flies from the likes of FM Ambassador Dougie Loughridge, early 2018 saw the introduction of the new Clydesdale pike fly range a selection of patterns designed and tested by expert pike angler, Paul Clydesdale. Paul reveals all you need to know about each of his pike fly patterns in the video below. See all the … Read More Pike Fishing Flies and Wire Traces from FM – New for 2018
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
The Stokoe Shrimps have been extremely popular among northern salmon anglers over the last year, designed and developed by Fulling Mill Ambassador James Stokoe. James gives us the lowdown on the both the Original, and Red Stokoe Shrimps… Sometimes in fly fishing, we come across a fly pattern or lure which totally changes our season and the way we fish or even think… It may be by accident, or even by our own hard work, but either way, when … Read More Stokoe Shrimps; The Design and Development.
In Belgium and Holland we rarely get such a long prolonged spell of blast freezer weather, small reservoirs usually get it the hardest and the waters often freeze – Here’s a quick overview of my favourite winter fly patterns and techniques. Early morning lures… It is a commonly held view that the winter months is the time for pulling lures, but angling pressure is very high on our reservoirs and lures are only effective during … Read More Guido Vinck’s Favourite Reservoir Winter Fly Patterns
Fly fishing for Giant Trevally should be on everyone’s bucket list, this bird-eating machine (we’ve all seen BBC’s Planet Earth II Footage) is a total powerhouse, and the Seychelles is certainly the place to do so… Rasmus Oversen and Martin Olsen of Fin Chasers Magazine have recently returned from a trip to Madagascar chasing these magnificent fish, where the Fulling Mill NYAP (Designed by Fulling Mill Consultant James Christmas, a guide on Alponse Island in the Seychelles) … Read More Giant Trevally of Astove Atoll with Fulling Mill’s NYAP