Local Magic in the West of Ireland
Casting one’s fly into Irish loughs and rivers exalts all that
is truly special about fishing and makes up our wonderful
passion. The beauty, often breath-taking, wild and empty, leaves
your inner silence finally undisturbed, accompanied by the
gentle sound of wind and water always at your side.
By Nick Scott. (2015-08-26)
During the warm August
and September months hoppers are big part of the trout's diet in
the Rocky Mountain area of the United States. Fishing with
hoppers can be really exciting.
By Jay Lee (2015-08-12)
Dan Fallons World of Flyfishing
Column no 3 of 2015:
Napoleon On the Fly.
Dan Fallon tells us a story about when Napoleon Bonaparte
somehow found a few precious hours for much needed fly rod time
before his last decisive battle began...
Fishing with the Morgan Twitch
You will be amazed at the number of fish you move to the fly. In
fact, if you are like me, many of the ones I miss are more fun
than the ones I catch.
By Tom Morgan (2015-08-09)
Take a brush and paint a dayfly!
What makes fly fishing so fascinating is the fact, that it can
be associated with so many other hobbies.
By Preben Torp Jacobsen.
Rusty Rat (Variant)
Scott Howell had a talent for taking old patterns and reworking
them with new materials so that they become a better fly, and he
have shown his usual mastery with this fly.
The legend lives
Fly fishing story by Ernie Schwiebert. "James Poor was
an expert fisherman. Poor operated the principal fly-fishing
shop in the Denver metropolitan region some twenty-odd years
ago, and was also a famous Colorado fly maker."