Feathers and Fluoro2020-11-28T08:03:59+02:00

STERKIES FOR NOOBS

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 plan to get to the [...]

GOTHAM CITY – BACK DECK BATS

Few other fishing disciplines seem to draw as much of an attraction/obession to the wierdo species of the fishing world than fly fishing.. think Triggerfish, Mullet, Parrotfish, some of the weird micro species in freshwater, Milkfish etc... Few are weirder than Gotham City's finest, the Batfish (Platax teira). I've come across these things in multiple destinations and scenarios on my [...]

By |June 13th, 2022|Articles|0 Comments
  • LeRoy Botha Rainbow Trout Feathers and Fluoro

DOUBLE JEOPARDY

June 7th, 2022|0 Comments

Catch and release is what we do. It’s how it should be, you know it and I do, so I’m not gonna preach to the converted. But if you’ve never watched a fish swim away [...]

  • fly fishing from a stand-up paddleboard

STAND AND DELIVER

June 7th, 2022|0 Comments

Seeing what (and where) the likes of Peter Coetzee (on his SUPfisher), Fred Davis (on an inflatable SUP) and Andre Wyk (on his enviable BOTE) fish, I've always been super interested in the possibilities and [...]

ON FLATS & FAMILY

June 6th, 2022|0 Comments

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 [...]

  • bonito on fly

THE WINDOW

May 25th, 2022|0 Comments

Neglecting work to take advantage of a glorious gap, Jazz Kuschke finds success targeting bonito on fly off the rocks in the Southern Cape. “Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent [...]

  • tim rolston

THE CORNISHMAN

May 16th, 2022|0 Comments

An elite fly-casting instructor, veteran guide, author, environmental activist and a man who has given a vast amount to South African fly fishing, Tim Rolston is an institution, especially in the Western Cape. If you [...]

  • Henry's Fork

SALMON FLIES ON THE HENRY’S FORK

May 9th, 2022|0 Comments

? To see stoneflies on steroids getting munched by big-ass fish, you have to experience the USA’s salmonfly (Pteronarcys Californica) hatch. To find out more, we chat to former Protea fly angler Craig ‘Yeti’ Richardson [...]

  • carl freese fly fishing kwazulu-natal 2

HIGH 5S – CARL FREESE

May 2nd, 2022|0 Comments

From the trout streams of the Drakensberg to guiding for smallmouth yellows on Sterkfontein Dam or targeting Natal scalies in larger rivers, in his home province of KwaZulu-Natal, fly fishing guide Carl Freese is as [...]

  • Echo Fly Fishing rods review

ECHO CHAMBER

April 26th, 2022|0 Comments

From The Mission Issue 32: Wands. A few months back Tim Rajeff sent us a quiver of Echo Fly Fishing rods to review. From the Prime to the Boost Salt and the Streamer-X, our team [...]

Title

Go to Top