About Tudor Caradoc-Davies

Tudor is the editor of The Mission Fly Fishing Magazine. A former staffer on GQ, Best Life and Men's Health magazines, he writes for a wide range of magazines. He also works on books, from ghostwriting memoirs to writing and editing best-selling cookbooks.


From enrolling at Pavon Campus, to signing up for Bicuda 101 and graduating in Advanced Payara, Luke Barrell visited the Orinoco River in Colombia to get an education. Full story in issue 34 of The Mission. It’s been difficult coming back to reality the last few weeks. My current home is in Northampton (UK) and, [...]


It’s not often you get given the “job” of exploring remote valleys to find trout in seldom fished rivers. When Luke Pannell and fellow guide Ruhan Kruger went to Lesotho, they found all that, plus mythical water-beasts, runaway donkeys, midnight cowboys and more. Full story in issue 34 of The Mission. For as long as [...]


Plans for a lazy Sunday? We highly recommend watching Tribal Waters, the new fly fishing film from Patagonia. What's it about? Short answer = The Wind River, the people who live along it (the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes who live in the 2.3 million-acre Wind River Indian Reservation which has some of the [...]


On the anniversary of his friend Ray Montoya’s 12th trip to Christmas Island, Peter Coetzee joined the veteran saltwater fly angler for the pilgrimage to one of the world’s fabled saltwater fly fishing destinations. Detailed in anecdotal snapshots - from titanic triggers and moody milkfish, to crusty characters and lusty locals - the duo had [...]


Old Sterkies hand? Then there’s a good chance this article will make you yawn and mutter something along the lines of, “No shit Sherlock”. But that’s alright because, as one of the uninitiated, Tudor Caradoc-Davies put this together with fellow Sterkies neophytes in mind. It’s for Noobs, like him, who have just never made a [...]


We've been enjoying this new short film from Costa about 4th generation flats guides, brothers Brandon and Jared Cyr, and their lives in Key West. Beautifully shot, it also carries an important message or two on what really matters in life. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-4U78LpXkg      


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