An article by Mark Roberts Ã‚Â I was sat at the tying desk last Friday when the phone rang unexpectedly. A good fishing friend was on the line explaining that due to familly circumstances he was unable to enjoy the first three days of a weeks fishing he had booked on theÃ‚Â River TweedÃ‚Â from that following [...]
Whilst fishing the Kharlovka river in Russia a couple of seasons ago Patrick Galvin from Neath was fortunate enough to hook a salmon on a dry bommer that his guide Kola had kindly given him. This video clip shows the battle.
Ã‚Â It always disappoints me to see anglers using the same techniques and flies to catch their fish year in year out. I suppose fishing like most activities is based on confidence and if something has worked in the past then there is no reason why it should not be successful in the future.I perceive [...]
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â In May this year a friend Gwillym Hughes from North Wales came to visit and as an avid game fly fisher I asked him if he would like to enjoy a day on the river Usk. Ã‚Â Gwillym accepted the offer immediately. I should point out to those that do [...]
An Article by Alan Parfitt A few days ago I was chatting to Sewin expert Alan Rees and we both agreed as to how lucky we are to live in South East Wales. It really is GodÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s country. Within an hours journey we have access to three of the most famous rivers in the UK. [...]
An Article by Mark Roberts As you may or may not be aware the society decided three years ago that we had to have a qualified coach in the club for insurance purposes when running the open days at Ty Mawr.Ã‚Â Subsequently enquiey was made with the Trout and Salmon Association and I volunteered to [...]
Ã‚Â A Trout Fly Fishers Dream Highway to Paradise--- Ã‚Â AlbertaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Forestry Trunk Road As big as Montana and Wyoming is combined the Canadian province of Alberta can only be classified as huge. A large proportion its vastness is covered with the remote inaccessible northern boreal forests while farther south prairies and parklands make up most [...]