BLING FOR CARP

We don’t waste time on carp flies, because carp aren’t exactly kings that only dine on the finest roast, right? They also thrive in mud

BLOODWORM

According to my knowledge, in fly fishing ‘bloodworm’ may refer to three different things: 1) Red midge larvae, 2) reddish coloured freshwater annelids (aquatic oligochaetes

AN APPLE A DAY…

I’ve been so focused on ticking off a 2020 fly fishing bucket list – trying to fit in special fishing trips in the limited free

GUINEA PIG STAMPEDE

Lockdown – I’m tired of hearing it and avoid the subject these days. But during the lockdown, my fly tying station was my psychologist. Years

A PERFECT FLY?

Is there such a thing as a perfect fly? I believe there are many well tied flies that have a great ‘strike rate’ among different

THE FLEXPOLE SBS

Having to channel all my fishing desires into fly tying like many others in these strange times I have been honing some pattern ideas for

THE ‘BIG CARP THEORY’

Everyone should be well aware that carp on fly is now entering that ‘booming’ phase – that exponential growth phase in popularity when most trout

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