There’s hell of a lot of hype about the Squirmy worms on social media nowadays, with mixed views on the material and the flies tied with it for that matter… It’s a very controversial pattern to say the least and divides anglers for many reasons. In my eyes, the squirmy is perfectly legal and just another material we use to help catch us fish. There’s … Continue reading Squirmy and Spermy Worms
Now the extremely cold snaps have arrived, you’re not doing yourself any favours fishing just one or two flies if you’re fishing for grayling – Obviously depending on the river you’re fishing this will vary, but it’s a great little tip to try if you’re not catching anything…. This cold weather means that grayling will hit the deck hard, and stay there for a considerable … Continue reading 3 Winter Grayling Flies
Fly fishing on rivers has become vastly popular over the last eight to ten years, I remember days when we were the only anglers on the river. You could go anywhere, on any river and not see ten other anglers throughout the whole winter! There would seem to be just the few hardy grayling fishers, standing in the river with the water below 3 degrees and the air … Continue reading The Taff Demise? I think not.
The recent high water had knocked fishing on the head the last few weekends, forcing us to stay indoors or fish relatively heavy bugs in the margin looking at a swollen river. Sunday morning the river had dropped lower than it has been for a while, dropping around3 inches overnight this left many unfishable areas, fishable letting flies trundle in runs which haven’t been fished in weeks. … Continue reading Taffing about
Hi Guys! Sorry for the lack of posts over the Festive period! I hope you all had a great few days off work and got some fishing in?? Personally I spent the unfishable days on the vice and the fishable days in the Taff and Ewenney, trying to raise the Grayling count for 2011! Yesterday, Bushy, Terry and I fished the Taff around the Upper … Continue reading Fishing Over Christmas