Monday, 27 June 2016
I'm in Jersey this week meeting all the fly anglers here and training up the Jersey fly casting team! It's been a great start to the week with a nice carp on Saturday followed by three rainbows and a perch on Sunday....
Three Nights on the Madison
Tuesday, 28 June 2016
The Madison could be called “America’s River.” For me, the Madison is in many ways a home river. I’ve fished it since earliest childhood and many of my fondest memories and piscatorial lessons have come from its storied waters.
First Cast Fly Fishing Trips
Wednesday, 29 June 2016
Because, that's where the fish are!
Thursday, 30 June 2016
I'm afraid that today marks my final FP in my current run, one that spans a little further than I can remember. Perhaps a year, perhaps a little more. It's been an interesting role and one that really has made me appreciate the level of effort that each of the writers puts in to deliver new content every week.
conscious fly fisher
Friday, 1 July 2016
The conscious FlyFisher - So you caught a fish? What is next? What do you want to do with it? OK, I know - I am opening a can of worms here … but I wanted to share a few points of view on various matters. Water, fish, food .. you know all those things which matter to all of us.
Summer and sea trout
Saturday, 4 June 2016
Summer has really struck Denmark - this past week we've had temperatures close to 30 degrees C almost every day - and that'll carry on at least through the weekend.
Late June in the Rockies
Sunday, 19 June 2016
The days are long and often warm. Runoff wanes. Water levels drop and water temperatures climb into the optimal range. Everything is green. Streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds all explode with life. Wild rose blooms on the banks and cottonwood fluff is in the air. Everywhere you look there are colorful songbirds, herons, sandhill cranes, and osprey. Gophers scatter in the fields as you bounce down the gravel road to your favorite stream. The deer are finding places to give birth to the next generation, or fattening up in the alfalfa fields. It’s quite a contrast to the short, chilly days of winter.