Sometimes, yellowfish rise from the sand and rocks where they grub for nymphs clinging to the bottom, to hover high
While we tend to be omnivorous in our tastes, there’s something to be said for those who specialise. Hyper-focused anglers
In an excerpt from his new book, The Feather Mechanic II: Beyond the Pattern, Gordon van der Spuy dives deep into the delicious
What if, the moment you’ve caught a fish on your home waters, you were to relegate that fly for the
Digging up old fly-tying books I never thought I’d ‘use’ to tie my first-ever trout flies. I’m a competitive bastard.
Those of you who read every inch of The Mission magazine would have seen the piece on the invasive Red
(This post is the third tribute to South African Fishing Flies by Peter Brigg and Ed Herbst; one of the
This post is part of the book review on South African Fishing Flies (by Peter Brigg and Ed Herbst) and