Airflo G-Shock Fly Line – Review

Since the introduction of the Super-Dri Technology from Airflo, these have been the only floaters I have used… The super-high buoyancy and non-stretch technology helps no end with lift of and hook up rate but this year, Airflo have brought out, a somewhat controversial fly line, called the G-Shock. A stretchy fly line. The blurb After many years of low and non-stretch lines Airflo have … Continue reading Airflo G-Shock Fly Line – Review

Sorry for the lack of posts…

I must apologise for the lack of posts on the blog over the last few months, there has been many things happening and I’ve not really had a lot of time to update. Anyway, I’ve obviously still been out fishing! 🙂 I have a stock of images from the downtime and will try to get the blog updated more regularly. For now, here’s a couple … Continue reading Sorry for the lack of posts…

Squirmy and Spermy Worms

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

The Tacky Fly Box – Available from Fulling Mill

Tim Jenkins of Tacky Fly Fishing introduces Fulling Mill’s latest offering from across the pond. The Tacky Fly Box will be available from your local Fulling Mill Dealer. What does Fulling Mill say about the Tacky box? The Tacky Fly box is a tough and sleek polycarbonate box with a clear top, a magnet closure system and a patent pending silicone rubber insert. It is … Continue reading The Tacky Fly Box – Available from Fulling Mill

3 Winter Grayling Flies

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

River Anton Grayling Fishing

This time last year I fished the River Anton with my good mates Terry and Nick, the section right above where the Anton meets the river Test at the Mayfly Pub. This year Gareth and I managed to get on a similar sized stretch a short drive upstream of that which is controlled by Famous Fishing. The stretch consisted of four long beats – offering … Continue reading River Anton Grayling Fishing

River Dee Grayling Flies

With the Grayling Festival coming up at the end of the month, many anglers are getting ready for a (usually) alcohol filled weekend meeting new friends, catching up with old, and fishing for Grayling on the famous Welsh Dee. So before this armada of anglers get stuck in, I decided to get a couple of days in on the river before they take a pummeling by … Continue reading River Dee Grayling Flies