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I’ve been saltwater fly fishing for 15 years, fitting it in around a demanding, busy job and a hectic family life. Not everyone can have the luxury of getting onto the water every week, or jetting off on specialist fishing trips around the world. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the thrill of success. It just means you’ve got to be efficient at it to make the most of the time you’ve got, whether it’s DIY fishing on a family holiday in the Med, or fitting in a few overcast hours on your local muddy estuary before going home to decorate the bathroom! My enthusiasm and optimism has always been a natural fit for angling of any kind, and my deep appreciation for those who’ve shared their hard-gained knowledge with me over the years is heartfelt. I’ve therefore always felt the desire to repay that kindness wherever possible and to share that knowledge and experience myself, so that other anglers can get as much pleasure and excitement out of saltwater fly fishing as I do. I’ve written extensively on the subject over the years in angling publications like Sea Angler and Fly Fishing & Fly Tying, as well as more recently on a blog site too, and there’s nothing I find more gratifying that talking to a novice saltwater fly angler who’s fizzing with excitement, having caught their first bass or mullet based on that information.

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