| Successful fishing with GPS || Guest Contributor |
| The Trout Fishers Handbook - A book review || Geoff Maynard |
The Trout Fishers Handbook published by Swan Hill Press is a perfect Christmas gift. It's priced at £16.95 and written by that female font of fishy artfulness, Lesley Crawford.
| Fly Rods: The Thomas & Thomas Series || Martin James |
As a youngster I taught myself to cast, in doing so I taught myself lots of bad habits.
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| Review : The Orvis Trident TL - MARTIN COTTIS || Martin Cottis |
On my recent trip to Tasmania, I was fortunate enough to be loaned an Orvis Trident TL rod. I opted to try out the nine-foot rod for a six-weight line because I am not a great lover of longer rods, and all of my lines are either five or six weights.
| Why Not Try The River Aire - MARTIN JAMES || Martin James |
With just a few weeks to the end of another fishing season, many of us start to think of pastures new in the hope we might catch a big fish before the end of the season on March 14th. If you live in the north midlands, north Lincolnshire or northern England, then I have an excellent venue for you to try - it's the river Aire in West Yorkshire.
| Tackle Review - The Brotel || Keith Reeder |
So, what's a "Brotel" then?
Well, despite the name, a Brotel is not quite the offspring of a brolly and a hotel, but it's a great piece of kit nevertheless.
| Review: Two Interesting Books for the fly-fisher || Martin James |
At Christmas time I usually get a few books from my friends, this Christmas was no different from other years. I was lucky to get several books on travel, photography, birds and fishing which included books on saltwater fly fishing and trout fishing, the latter a very interesting book all about midge fishing.
| Tackle review: Greys of Alnwick Bewick centrepin reel || Keith Reeder |
Greys have been producing quality fishing tackle for over 40 years now. They are based in Alnwick in Northumblerand – hardly a coarse fishing hot spot – and have been responsible for some top notch sea, game and carp rods.
| Review: Skee-Tex Field Boots || Keith Reeder |
It used to be a grim choice in Winter: you could have warm, dry feet and baulk at the very idea of walking – hobbling – more than a few yards; or you could be mobile, but spend most of the day in abject discomfort, convinced that this is what the onset of frostbite must feel like.