After returning from the Lexus Team final which was held on Rutland water, it’s time to start preparing for the Rivers Trial and the up and coming Airflo Anglian Water Final. That’s my excuse for the lack of blog posts, anyway! As you may have already saw, Rutland fished extremely well for the two days at the Lexus Team Final, with a rod average of … Continue reading Lexus Team Results Rutland 2014
Blagdon is another water which I used to spend a lot of time fishing as a kid, the Thorn fly fishing club would arrange two or three trips a year and heading over the Seven Bridge was always a great occasion. It usually mean Chew, Blagdon or Draycote! All of which I am very fond of. We had opening day boats booked for a few … Continue reading Blagdon Water Opening Day
I thought I’d try and keep you guys entertained with some of my most recent fishing shots – Click on the images to make them larger 🙂 Continue reading Some recent fishing shots
Well, over the last few years the French leader has become a revolution in our river angling, enhancing our nymphing distance and sensitivity. Allowing our flies to sink to their desired fishing depth before getting into the area you want them. The indicator simply indicates takes receive to the flies by either stopping, gently sliding away, shooting off or lifting.. striking at anything which occurs that’s unnatural to the norm. Everyone seems to be … Continue reading The French Leader – Everyone and their dog?