Tag Archives: saltwater flies

Giant Trevally of Astove Atoll with Fulling Mill’s NYAP

Giant Trevally Nyap

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

Davie McPhail ties the Gotcha Bonefish Fly

Gotcha Bonefish

The Gotcha Bonefish pattern is perhaps the most popular bonefish fly ever designed and has accounted for thousands of bonefish for anglers worldwide. This simple and very effective pattern belongs in the fly box of every bonefish angler, and tying the Gotcha in a variety of sizes, weights, and colours will help anglers match local fishing conditions. We have three different variations of the Gotcha bonefish fly, each come into their own in certain fishing scenarios. All … Read More Davie McPhail ties the Gotcha Bonefish Fly

Fulling Mill Seabass Range produces Brighton Bass

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With a host of tarpon, permit, GT and bonefish flies, our Saltwater fly range is not exactly built for the domestic UK angler, that is with the exception of our Seabass range. The saltwater range has long been a jewel in our crown here at Fulling Mill, but sadly, one that we ourselves rarely get to test out. Seabass on the Fly is growing in its popularity with events such as the UK Saltwater Fly … Read More Fulling Mill Seabass Range produces Brighton Bass