Fly fishing for native brown trout (Salmo trutta) in eastern rivers of Corsica.
In this episode of FLY TV, Daniel Bergman visits Johan Klingberg’s home rivers and together they’ll fly fish for brown trout during the mayfly hatch in Southern Sweden. During the episode, they will explain how to fish small rivers and how to think with this type of fishing.
Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel offers salmon, sea-trout and brown trout fishing in some of Ireland’s most stunning scenery in Connemara. Spring salmon fishing from March, grilse from July and sea trout and brown trout fishing on the lakes up to the end of September. It is located against a magnificent back-drop of mountain and ancient […]
Fly fisherman and historian Jack Kós delves into the backcountry and the archives as he explores the introduction of brown trout to New Zealand. The Introduction: New Zealand’s Brown Trout Story from Side Channel Productions on Vimeo. One hundred and fifty years since the first ova was hatched out near the Avon River, The […]
Declan Gibbons reports on another good week on Corrib, with great conditions providing really good late season sport. In the Cornamona area Tom Doc Sullivan, http://www.tomdoc.com, reports of the following anglers enjoying good angling on Lough Corrib: Jason Riordan from Waterford and Dave Burke from Cork fished for three days and had great sport boating […]
When in New Zealand, expect the unexpected. Here’s a prime example why anglers should never discount big opportunities in small waters. Small Stream, Big Brown from Simms Fishing on Vimeo. Check out this epic small stream battle shot by Jakub Kanok of Manic Tackle Project. SIMMS Fishing Products | 177 Garden Dr, […]
Angling on Lough Arrow improved considerably over the past peek with plenty mayfly hatching throughout the day. Dapping & wet flies worked best with some nice fish beeing caught late in the evening. Finian Dodd reported that many anglers enjoyed good sport and that fishing has much improved over recent days. Dr. Tissi & friend […]
Declan Gibbons reports from Lough Corrib, where despite sporadic hatches, many anglers enjoyed excellent fishing. Mayfly hatches have been good in some parts of the lake and patchy in others, while Campto buzzer have hatched consistently in some bays and buzzer fishing has produced some great trout this week as conditions were ideal for it […]
Lough Corrib is seeing small hatches of olives at the moment, but wet fly fishing and buzzers are taking most fish. No big sign of mayfly yet, and with the whitethorn bush still showing no sign of flowering, it may be another while yet. Weather over the past week has ranged from sunshine and flat […]
On World Book Day on March 1st, IFI remembered their colleague, Dr Martin O’Grady, who passed away recently. His beautifully illustrated book, ‘Brown Trout in Ireland’, deals with all aspects of the trout’s ecology and biology. It is an ideal present for the angler or student of natural history and an essential addition […]