The Saturday started a lot more busy in the fishing section at the Hohe Jagd und Fischerei compared with the previous two days, which is normal for a show like this. This coming week is a holiday week in Austria, the Salzburg area is a popular destination, so getting to the show could be a bit troublesome.
The International Year of the Salmon (IYS) is a project launched by NASCO, the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization NPAFC, North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission and other partners.
Some views of the Hohe Jagd und Fischerei show in Salzburg.
The Environment Agency in the UK has published its revised Salmon and Sea Trout Protection Byelaws which came into effect at the start of the year. The byelaws are different from the confirmed 2018 salmon byelaws and reflect the changes made after the Angling Trust lobbied the Agency last year.
This year is the International Year of the Salmon and here at Blackwater Salmon Fishery we are passionate about salmon and we strongly believe that if our salmon are to have a future we need to have anglers on the water in the future. To help achieve this we must encourage young people to become involved in our sport.
Inland Fisheries Ireland hosts international scientists as innovative project gives insight into salmon migration journey during International Year of the Salmon.
If you are going on your first tarpon trip and are unsure what to take with you, this film will make sure you leave with the right stuff and not find yourself short when on the water.
Winter steelheading is wet and cold, to say the least, and the thought of just being in a tropical location brings short-term warmth to any angler working a beat during the winter months on the coast. You know when you’ve missed your shot when permit fishing, but swinging a fly for steelhead is blind and one can only rely on faith.
A taste of what’s inside the March issue of Fly Fishing & Fly Tying: Make a Dartmoor escape!
Take a spring break in the beautiful, bountiful West Country.
The old Winston bamboo shop was housed in the original R.L. Winston Rod Company building in downtown Twin Bridges. On May 7, 2017, a fire started at 3:00 in the morning, destroying the building and all its contents including bamboo rod inventory, machinery and raw materials. Despite this tragic loss, we have been determined to continue our 90-year commitment to the legacy of building the most beautiful, highest performing bamboo fly rods available.