Interesting guest post from the UK guide Peter Tyjas on trying larger size dries to increase your chance of attracting fish. “When it comes to fishing a particular method I opt for what I think is appropriate at the time I am standing in the river. That having been said, if you held my arm behind my back and told me to choose, it would have to be to fish a dry fly to rising … Read More DRY FLIES, HOW BIG SHOULD I USE THEM TO INDUCE A TAKE?
Fulling Mill fly designer Joe Goodspeed share his expert knowledge of fly fishing for Muskie and what makes this powerful predator go after its prey. “Muskies are a freshwater predator with excellent vision and an extremely sensitive lateral line that detects vibrations in the water. While the musky can see things above and on the sides of its body, the lateral line allows a musky to detect the vibration pattern from everything in the water … Read More Lateral Lines and Musky Flies
It’s winter here for most of us in the Northern Hemisphere. For the anglers who dare to brave the frosty mornings and chilly days in pursuit for that winter trout, we have the top six flies you’ll be needing to do just that. When it comes to fly fishing in the winter months, for me I like to strictly nymph. Czech, French you name it. Of course, nymphing is productive year-round but, winter time I … Read More Patterns needed for winter fishing!
At Fulling Mill we are feeling proud of having played our part in the award-winning Broyhill’s Jackknife fly launch earlier this year. Here the Flymen Fishing Co. tells us more: Flymen Fishing Company announced the highly anticipated launch of Broyhill’s Jackknife, which won Best of Show – Freshwater Fly Pattern at the 2015 International Fly Tackle Dealer Show in Orlando, Florida. “When most people think of musky and other predator fishing, they think of heavy … Read More Flymen Fishing Co. & Fulling Mill – launched award-winning fly – Broyhill’s Jackknife
There is one atoll in the Indian Ocean that little is known about; only a few have visited the atoll and even fewer have fished it – Providence. One of the largest in the Seychelles, Providence is over 140 km² and is accessed following a five-hour sail from Farquhar. Since its closure in late 2009 only a few vessels have visited it to fish, so it still remains largely unexplored. I have been trying to … Read More SEYCHELLES – FISHING THE PROVIDENCE ATOLL