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  1. Something for the More Adventurous – Sea Fishing Off Mauritius !

    Article written by Mark Osborne - FRICS, FAAV, MBAE 15 November 2014

    Half Term holiday saw the four of us travel to The Residence at Belle Mare on the East Coast of Mauritius.  This is a really classy luxury Hotel in an enviable position on a long golden beach and with excellent Read the Rest…

  2. Bahamian bonefish

    Article written by Fieldsports Magazine 02 May 2013

    Matt Harris has a memorable trip to the Bahamas where he went in pursuit of bonefish – ‘proper ones’. Ask most anglers about saltwater fly fishing and chances are they’ll start talking about bonefish. These silvery speedsters are the quintessential Read the Rest…

  3. Tinkering with the Irish

    Article written by Max Bond 15 November 2012

    So every angler has a story to tell.  Normally it’s about the one that got away or didn’t.  But actually that’s one of the reasons we venture out doors, the unexpected, often in the hope we may have a tale Read the Rest…

  4. Fishing in Mauritius

    Article written by Mark Osborne - FRICS, FAAV, MBAE 08 November 2012

    Fishing is possibly not what you might at first associate with the island of Mauritius.  Idyllic beaches, swaying palm trees, long sunny days, yes; fishing probably a no.We have been going to Mauritius now for the last seven years for Read the Rest…

  5. Falklands in the Family

    Article written by Salmon and Trout Association 18 October 2012

    Peter Lapsley delves into his family’s history to reveal their long-standing connections with the Falklands – and how the Islands have become a mecca for brown trout and sea trout After the First World War, my grandmother, Nora Lapsley, widowed Read the Rest…

  6. Red Letter from the Wye

    Article written by William Church 11 October 2012

    So it’s finally happened. I got to the river, and not only were the conditions excellent, they were expected to get better for my fishing the next day. I was a guest of Ben Stirk, to fish the Midland Fly Read the Rest…

  7. Fishing in a Ski Resort – Part Two

    Article written by William Church 20 September 2012

    In between my guide, Pat Beahan, shouting ‘hey bear’ and encouraging me to do the same, we talked kit. It was double Dutch. Skagit? No I hadn’t brought a Skagit rod. I had brought a very nice 11’3 Loop double Read the Rest…

  8. Longlining in the Highlands

    Article written by William Church 23 August 2012

    I have always been taken by the concept of longlining. It is practised commercially in the east coast fisheries for rays and cod, but I have seldom heard of pot-fishers practising it, which is a shame. I remember very clearly Read the Rest…

  9. Wye Not?

    Article written by William Church 16 August 2012

    There has been quite a stir on a number of occasions over the last couple of years surrounding the River Wye. Once a reliable big fish river, recent times haven’t been so kind. I don’t know enough about the river Read the Rest…

  10. More News from the River

    Article written by William Church 09 August 2012

    I’m starting to love the Sussex Ouse. It’s a very unpretentious river. It’s fairly darkly coloured, slow moving where not tidal, and I’m not sure I’ve seen the bottom of it yet. It’s my first season, and for many reasons Read the Rest…