I mentioned this fly in passing in my last post so I figured you might like the dressing. I know … Continue reading That Black Sedge I was on about…..
Sunday morning: No wind. Not even a faint zephyr. Glassy surfaces on the loughs meaning every cast causes fish scaring … Continue reading Old school on the Keel
Old age is a bugger, isn’t it. Advancing years bring some positives I will grant you; experience, appreciation of the … Continue reading Variation of a spinner pattern
I want to focus on a specific stretch of the River Robe in this post. There are two reasons for … Continue reading Crossboyne
Check out the excellent video from T. Flagler which I found on Chi Wulff’s blog. This style of midge works … Continue reading Keeping it simple: a good midge pattern
A chilly wind is scattering the last of the leaves in the garden and the daylight rapidly fades to an … Continue reading The Manulla river
I found this old spool of tippet material and it got me thinking about the huge changes in the line … Continue reading The final link