The Yucatan offers so much with its endless shores, ancient cities, deep forests, crystal waters, echoing caves, hidden lagoons and friendly people . After the fishing posts, I was asked about the non fishing activities. Our 10 day road trip covered only a fraction of the Yucatan peninsula. Half the time was spent exploring and [...]
I tore my achilles tendon a few weeks ago which has meant zero time on the water and lots of time in my fishing room. I’ve tied every fly I need for the next year, tweaked everything that’s needed tweaking and my gear is good to go. One thing I’ve needed for a while is [...]
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As much as I love crunching black mussel shells walking a West Coast beach, I also cherish the succulents of the mountain ranges that lie near this coastline. I get to do and see these things when I set off on mini adventures, solo missions to find fish. Succulents of the Cederberg fascinate me. [...]
This article was recently published in the Fishing Wild Magazine http://www.fishingwild.com.au/ Title: Waders are for Sissies Subtitle: Extracts from a New Zealand fishing diary Text and photos by Leonard Flemming 19 November A customs declaration form was handed to me. The Asian air hostess slinked away, her tight figure snaking under her second-skin batik [...]