Paul Arden | Thursday, 3 April 2014

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This is our current team: 


Paul Arden. 

Paul started fishing at the age of six and first picked up the fly rod at the age of ten. When he was 15 he started work as a  Fishery Bailiff at Ardleigh Reservoir. By the age of 21 he was avoiding European winters by travelling to New Zealand for 5-6 months/year. He's had over 20 seasons fly fishing UK Stillwaters, 18 fishing in New Zealand, has fished all over Australia, Europe and North America. His idea of fishing a country, is to go and live there and sleep outdoors. Currently he spends much of the year sleeping in a Malaysian jungle, on a 12ft aluminum boat, fishing for Snakehead, Gourami and Jungle Perch.

Paul became a fly fishing and fly casting instructor at the age of 25 and has reached Masters level in AAPGAI, IFFF and EFFF organisations, has taught world-wide and given numerous casting exhibitions at various fly fishing and country fairs. Very much involved in competition fly casting, he particularly enjoys 5-weight distance and accuracy competitions.

Paul started Sexyloops in September 1998.

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John Field.

Bio- John is the author of Fly-Casting Finesse and gives presentations and workshops. John is an IFFF Master Casting Instructor and is available for group and private lessons. He is past president of the American Casting Association and past-president of the New York City Chapter of Trout Unlimited. John occasionally writes for Sexyloops, Fly Fisherman Magazine and has filmed and co-produced the cable show; Hunt for Big Fish. John and his family reside in Weston, Connecticut USA.
Fishing- Dry fly fishing for trout and fishing for big striped bass are his favorite local pursuits. John also fishes in the Florida Keys, the Rockies, Europe and South America.
Contact- John’s website is which you can follow on Facebook. His email is john at fieldflyfishing dot com.


Alexander Vulev.

Alex started fishing at age of 11 with no other fisherman in the family background. At 12, fascinated by the idea of catching fish with an artificial fly he tied his first wet flies with no tools, using feathers from his groundmother's pillows. His real fly fishing life started in the late 1992, when he no longer fished other method sand started only fly fishing on local waters sometimes for 90+ days a season - except in a period between 1998 to 2004 when as the editor of a Bulgarian fishing magazine he started some coarse fishing again along with his regular fly fishing. 

Alex am based in Sofia and since 1992 his home fly fishing waters are his local Bulgarian rivers and lakes. A regular practitioner on home waters,  he used to fly fish a lot for chub in the past, but today for native brown trout and some river rainbows. Every year for the the past 10 years he fly fishes for a few days each season on the beautiful Slovenian rivers as well as trout rivers in Czech Rep and Ireland.


Thomas Züllich. 

Thomas Züllich or - “t.z.” as most call him - is a German flyfisher & flytier living in Norway. His flydressing is based on old traditions as well as very modern and innovative methods of creating flies. You can book Thomas for guided trips, flytying classes and presentations. He regularly gives speeches and demonstrations at fly fishing fairs. Thomas is member of the ProTeam at Partridge of Redditch as well as Regal Vises.