TWO FRIENDS, Dre and Warwick, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, chaos and order - one kitted to the teeth with the ultimate fly fishing vehicle, a pimped Alu-Cab bakkie, the other...not so much. Check out [...]
In the previous post, ‘As long as it’s black and red’, I discussed the use of a fairly light-weight hook, the Dohiku #12 wet fly hook (type 644) to tie relatively sparse Zulu’s with variable [...]
RECENTLY AT THE MISSION: Photo c/o Toby Burrell We found Toby Burrell's blog on fishing for Ion(ic) sea trout in Iceland. One of the Frontiers Travel guides, we met Toby at last year's [...]
I ran South yesterday to test out some Salomon hiking boots that have finally been released in a natural colour (olive) as well as some new camera gear. A beautiful day out with obliging fish.
From world champion caster, to building iconic fly lodges, rod building at G.Loomis and building his own brand in Echo Fly Fishing – if a life of variety, self-determination and hard-earned respect is worth coveting [...]
Brendan Body, aka Boderick, aka Bod, aka Hoender, aka Pterodactyl Toes and many other monikers, is a seven-foot-tall human giraffe with verbal diarrhoea, skateboarding injuries, claws for feet and a penchant for bad behaviour. [...]
...ABOUT WHERE YOU GUIDE? Simon Hunter Bunn of Hunter Fly Fishing, our High 5s guide in issue 14, lifts the skirt on the rivers he regards as his home waters. 1. Quality waters - everything [...]
...but sometimes you get what you need. No doubt most fisherman dream of chasing big fish, in wild waters that are in far flung exotic locations. We want to explore unfished rivers high, wild and [...]