Here’s a simple tip I’ve been using for years. Cliff Harvey used to run fly tying classes when I was a youngster and many of the tips I was taught stick in my mind still, this one is ideal when tying lots of diawl backs or wet flies. 21 more words
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Here’s a quick and simple way to strip peacock herl for clean quill bodies. This is the way I’ve been doing it for years, no need for erasers or alike, as long as you apply the right amount of tension, the herls will come from the stalk fairly easily. 65 more words
Again, myself and Gareth were lucky enough to be invited to another chalkstream to target some of the largest UK grayling we’ve ever seen! Steve Carew from Fulling Mill was gracious enough to invite us to their stretch of the river Itchen to target some of the large fish which inhabit within. 689 more words
Torrential rain, gale force winds, trees and Rivers don’t go very well.
Rain for the rivers are great, although it stops us fishing for a couple of days, the extra water freshens the waterway, removes slime and weed from the bottom and allows the fish in the river some freedom from anglers. 346 more words