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Pike Fly Fishing Tips: Progressing to Success

Paul Clydesdale27th July 2021

Saltwater Fishing Tips

Marina Gibson20th July 2021

Top 10 Striped Bass Flies

Fulling Mill14th July 2021

New Product: The Hopper Box

Fulling Mill14th July 2021

Fly Fishing South Uist

Paul Clydesdale14th July 2021

Fly Fish Your Local River

Rob Edmunds13th July 2021

Fishing Shallow in Stillwaters

Joe Shafer7th July 2021

How to Assess a Reservoir and Catch More Fish

Rob Edmunds30th June 2021

River Fishing for Wild Brown Trout

Phillippa Hake23rd June 2021

Dry Fly Fishing Tips and Tactics

Sean Platt16th June 2021

Fishing Small Creeks

James Garrettson8th June 2021

Tim Flagler Q&A

Tim Flagler2nd June 2021

Top 10 Stillwater Flies

Fulling Mill27th May 2021

Patterns for Guaranteed Success on Reservoirs

Rob Edmunds25th May 2021

Socially Acceptable Fish Handling

Dave McCoy19th May 2021

Witching Hour Tactics and Tips

Sean Platt12th May 2021

Ascension Bay Lodge Fly Fishing Trip

Kayla Lockhart4th May 2021

How to Be Efficient and Eco-Friendly as You Prepare For Your Fishing Season

Marina Gibson27th April 2021

Fly Fish Food Q&A

Fly Fish Food19th April 2021

Preparing to Bring a Beginner Fly Fishing

Sha Juniper Orton14th April 2021

Nylon Copolymer

Fulling Mill13th April 2021

Fishing New Water: Lessons from Lees Ferry

James Garrettson6th April 2021

Small Water Secrets: the Approach to Guaranteed Success on Small Stillwaters

Rob Edmunds30th March 2021

The Heisenberg Streamer

Eric Kelley29th March 2021

Phillippa Hake’s Top 10 Jig Patterns for Trout

Phillippa Hake23rd March 2021

Early Season on Spring Creeks

Josh Miller16th March 2021

Top 10 Jig Streamers

Fulling Mill10th March 2021

Top Five Stillwater Flies

Joe Shafer9th March 2021

Top 10 Euro Nymph Patterns

Fulling Mill3rd March 2021

Winter Fly Fishing in the Western US

Jordan Register and Brooke Belohlavek2nd March 2021

Strip Striking Trout

Ronan Creane23rd February 2021

Five Flies for Winter Success

Sean Platt16th February 2021

Top 10 Brook Trout Flies

Fulling Mill10th February 2021

Q&A with World Champion Howard Croston

Howard Croston9th February 2021

Winter Grayling in the Austrian Alps

Katka Švagrová2nd February 2021

Salmon Fishing in Scotland – Advanced Tips and Techniques

Stewart Collingswood26th January 2021

The 2021 Fulling Mill Catolog

Fulling Mill20th January 2021

Winter Fishing—The Forgotten End of the Temperature Spectrum

Keep Fish Wet19th January 2021

The Weighting Game: Making the Most of Fly Fishing in Winter

Simon Robinson5th January 2021

3 Fly Tying Tips for Saving Time on the Vise

Sean Platt22nd December 2020

The Revamped Fulling Mill Saltwater Fly Range

Fulling Mill15th December 2020

Why Leader Material Matters

Rob Edmunds14th December 2020

Fluorocarbon vs. Nylon Tippet

Fulling Mill8th December 2020

Fishing Technical Tailwaters: A Play Book

James Garrettson30th November 2020

How to Fly Fish for Grayling in Scotland

Callum Conner24th November 2020

How to Introduce an Absolute Beginner to Salmon Fishing

Marina Gibson17th November 2020

Pearly Butt Dry Fly—Step by Step

Phillippa Hake10th November 2020

The New Fulling Mill Fly Box Range

Fulling Mill3rd November 2020

The Ultimate Craic

Nick Yardley27th October 2020

Targeting Big Stillwater Fish

Joe Shafer20th October 2020

Fall Trout Colors

Sean Platt14th October 2020

Comp Fishing – Winning Tactics

Rob Edmunds8th October 2020

Fishing for Autumn Grayling

Kieron Jenkins5th October 2020

Sight Fishing in New Zealand

Ronan Creane29th September 2020

5.7 Tips For Fishing Dry Flies

James Garrettson22nd September 2020

Preparing for a Day on the River

Simon Robinson15th September 2020

Advantages of Perdigon Style Flies

Brian Kelso8th September 2020

Tips for Targeting Trout in the Fall

Sean Platt1st September 2020

A Starter’s Guide to Fly Fishing Stillwater in The Rocky Mountain Region

Joe Shafer25th August 2020

Daddy Longlegs or Crane Fly

Rob Edmunds17th August 2020

Fly Fishing On The River Tees

Phillippa Hake11th August 2020

Wild Brook Trout Fishing in New Hampshire’s White Mountains

Nick Yardley4th August 2020

Tactics for Finding Big Fish Year-round

Steffen Schulz28th July 2020

Euro Nymphing for Bass

Sean Platt21st July 2020

How To Find Free Trout Fishing

Tim James14th July 2020

Salmon Fishing: How To Start

Stewart Collingswood1st July 2020

Fishing The Evening Rise

Peter Mcleod29th June 2020

Pike On The Fly

Katka Švagrová24th June 2020

Top Tips For Summer River Fishing

Simon Robinson22nd June 2020

Top Tips On Reservoir Bank Fishing

Rob Edmunds18th June 2020

Back To Basics – Fishing Rod & Line Setup Guide

Phil Ratcliffe14th June 2020

How To Get Into Competition Fly Fishing

Rob Edmunds11th June 2020

The Joys of River Fishing

Phillippa Hake10th June 2020

Nick Yardley talks to The Fly Culture

Nick Yardley3rd June 2020

How To Tie Lubos Roza’s Rock Chick

Fulling Mill2nd June 2020

5 Top Tips on Summer Time Reservoir Fishing

Kieron Jenkins1st June 2020

Early Season Angling

Dominic Lentini29th May 2020

Tying The Chuck Caddis

Fulling Mill26th May 2020

Apache Trout

James Garrettson23rd May 2020

Coloured Beads?

Simon Robinson19th May 2020

Gaspe Salmon

Nick Yardley14th May 2020

It’s a London Thing

Tim James9th May 2020

Tying With Tungsten

Alex Jardine6th May 2020

Making it Look So Easy – Tim Flagler

Fulling Mill4th May 2020

Match the Hatch – May

Fulling Mill30th April 2020

The Best Is Yet To Come

Rob Edmunds28th April 2020

Steffan Jones Shares His ‘Flies for Argentinian Sea Trout’

Steffan Jones25th April 2020

The Micro Tungsten Jig Egg

Fulling Mill23rd April 2020

Eric Kelly’s Top Euro Nymphs & Dries

Eric Kelley22nd April 2020

Ronan Creane’s Top 5 Trout 2019-20

Fulling Mill21st April 2020

Prepare for Success

Dougie Loughridge19th April 2020

5 Tips To Get Through Quarantine

James Garrettson18th April 2020

Pandemics, Night Time Fishing, The Mighty Mito

Tom Doc17th April 2020

The Puterbaugh Caddis Variant

Fulling Mill16th April 2020

Tying The Mop

James Garrettson15th April 2020

Phillippa’s Top 5

Phillippa Hake14th April 2020

The Hatching Pupa

Fulling Mill10th April 2020

Last Fish Pre-Lockdown

Tim James10th April 2020

Pushing for Perch

Steffen Schulz8th April 2020

The Wood Duck Nymph

Fulling Mill7th April 2020

Cast Hope… Getting Kids Outdoors

Fulling Mill6th April 2020

The Nugget Flash

Guido Vinck4th April 2020

The Magical Crane Fly Larvae

Joe Shafer2nd April 2020

Exclusive Interview with Lubos Roza

Fulling Mill1st April 2020

Fulling Mill Lot Raises £865 for the WTT

Fulling Mill31st March 2020
catch more grayling this winter

A Winter Passion

Fulling Mill26th March 2020

Wild Trout Trust Spring Auction – Now Live

Fulling Mill25th March 2020

Fly Fishing Knots – Leader to Tippet

Sean Platt19th March 2020

Fishing A River After A Flood

Phillippa Hake17th March 2020

How To Increase Your Catch Rate And Save Money!

Rob Edmunds10th March 2020

Fishing Knots: Dropper/Water Knot – Video Tutorial

Fulling Mill9th March 2020

How To Target Trophy Trout All Season Long

Rob Edmunds3rd March 2020
Stealth, wear the correct clothing whilst fishing

A Stealthy Approach

Lauren Dunn29th February 2020
Catching a fish

Euro & Suspension Nymphing on Tailwaters

James Garrettson19th February 2020

The Perfect Excuse For Fishing…

Tim James17th February 2020
Tweed-Springer-Salmon-17lb

17lb Springer Salmon From The Tweed Junction Pool

Fulling Mill12th February 2020
Farmoor Boobies

Catch More Fish At Farmoor Reservoir

Rob Edmunds11th February 2020

Fishing Knots: Rapala Loop Knot – Video Tutorial

Fulling Mill4th February 2020
Mysis Shrimp Flies Joe Shafer

Have You Got Mysis Shrimp Feeders?

Joe Shafer28th January 2020
FM Ultimate Dry Fly Hook 1

The Ultimate Dry Fly Hook – Product Review

Phillippa Hake23rd January 2020

How To Tie The Purple Nasty Euro Nymph

Fulling Mill20th January 2020
Tying a clich knot

Fly Fishing Knots – Tippet to Fly Connections

Sean Platt18th January 2020
Spring trout caught from a smallwater

9 Flies To Try On Your Local Trout Water This Spring

Guido Vinck17th January 2020

How to catch more Grayling this Winter

Phil Ratcliffe10th January 2020
Fly fishing for Barbel

Fly Fishing For Barbel – What, Where and How.

Tim James2nd January 2020

How To Tie A Bung Blob for Trout Fishing

Fulling Mill26th December 2019

How To Tie the FNF Chewing Gum Worms

Fulling Mill23rd December 2019
Perch Fishing on a London Canal

Perch Fishing on Canals and Small Rivers

Tim James9th December 2019

Ten Reasons to Go Saltwater Fly Fishing

Peter Mcleod2nd December 2019
Worldclass V2 Spool

Fulling Mill Worldclass V2 Fluorocarbon Review

Simon Robinson27th November 2019

Fly Fishing in East Germany

Flyrus Fly Fishing22nd November 2019
Brown Trout

Get The Most Out Of Your Next Guided Fly Fishing Trip

Sean Platt15th November 2019

International Friendship FlyFishing Marathon

Guido Vinck11th November 2019
FM Anchor Collection

The 2020 Fulling Mill Anchor Collection

James Garrettson2nd November 2019
paul clydesdale pike

Pike Fishing ‘On The Drop’

Paul Clydesdale31st October 2019
Jig Hook Header Image

Fulling Mill Jig Hook – Product Review

Phillippa Hake29th October 2019

Fly Fishing for Pollock!

Flyrus Fly Fishing24th October 2019

Top 10 Permit Flies from Peter McLeod!

Peter Mcleod23rd October 2019

The 10th Irish Fly Fair and International Angling Show 2019

Fulling Mill22nd October 2019

The Kanektok River with Dave Duncan and Sons

Kyle Schenk17th October 2019

Mouse Eaters, Alaska!

Kyle Schenk15th October 2019

Everything you need to know about Targeting Trophy Trout

Rob Edmunds9th October 2019
3.3lb Chew Valley Perch

A Mixed Bag At Chew Valley Lake

Kieron Jenkins2nd October 2019
grayling fishing

Get Set For Grayling Fishing This Season

Phillippa Hake30th September 2019
Harrison Douds wins england youth qualifer

Harrison Douds Wins England Youth National!

Harrison Douds24th September 2019
mentieth trout caught on Masterclass fluorocarbon leader

The Benefits of Fluorocarbon Leader for Fly Fishing

Kevin Porteous19th September 2019

How to tie the Quill Jig Euro Nymph

Phillippa Hake14th September 2019
Scierra-Pairs-2019 Winner

Scierra Pairs 2019 Final Overview

Rob Edmunds10th September 2019
Fishing in Seychelles|Fishing in Seychelles|Fishing in Seychelles|Fishing in Seychelles|Fishing in Seychelles|Fishing in Seychelles

Fly Fishing in the Seychelles; Cosmoledo

Olly Thompson4th September 2019
salmon flies|salmon flies|salmon flies|chalkstream salmon flies||salmon flies for iceland|salmon flies for norway|best salmon flies

In My Fly Box: Salmon Flies by Alex Jardine

Alex Jardine22nd August 2019
Frewston Reservoir Phillippa Hake|Fewston Reservoir Trout|Fewston Reservoir Trout|Frewston Reservoir Phillippa Hake

Fly Fishing at Fewston Reservoir

Phillippa Hake15th August 2019
Converting Following Pike Into Takes|Converting Following Pike Into Takes|Converting Following Pike Into Takes|Converting Following Pike Into Takes

How To Convert Following Pike into Taking Fish

Paul Clydesdale14th August 2019
Fly Fishing For Predators|Fly Fishing For Predators|Fly Fishing For Predators|Fly Fishing For Predators|Fly Fishing For Predators|Pike FishFly Fishing For Predators|Fly Fishing For Predators|Fly Fishing For Predators

Fly Fishing for Predators – Choosing the Right Spots

Dougie Loughridge13th August 2019

Masterclass Fluorocarbon Impresses at Jurassic Lake

Denis Isbister12th August 2019
youth iternational fly fishing|youth iternational fly fishing

Youth International Fly Fishing

Harrison Douds5th August 2019
Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout|Brook Trout

White Mountain Brook Trout

Nick Yardley26th July 2019
Targeting Pin Fry Feeders|Targeting Pin Fry Feeders|Targeting Pin Fry Feeders

Targeting Pin Fry Feeders

Rob Edmunds25th July 2019
Summer Dry Fly Fishing|Summer Dry Fly Fishing|Summer Dry Fly Fishing|Summer Dry Fly Fishing|Summer Dry Fly Fishing|Summer Dry Fly Fishing

Summer Dry Fly Fishing Tips – Spinners

Andy Buckley24th July 2019
Iceland|Iceland|Iceland|Iceland|Iceland

Catching Big Char and Beautiful Browns in Iceland

Ceri Thomas23rd July 2019

Alex Jardine’s Top 10 Salmon Flies from Fulling Mill

Alex Jardine22nd July 2019
Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method|Dry Dropper Method

Fishing The Dry Dropper Method

Guido Vinck22nd July 2019
Streamer Fishing|Streamer Fishing|Streamer Fishing|Streamer Fishing|Streamer Fishing|Streamer Fishing|Streamer Fishing

5 Tips for Better Streamer Fishing While Wading

Sean Platt4th July 2019
wet fly fishing on rivers|wet fly fishing on rivers|wet fly fishing on rivers|wet fly fishing on rivers

Wet Fly Fishing on Rivers – When, Where and How?

Simon Robinson2nd July 2019
Lago Strobel

Lago Strobel: Hook, Line and Squirminator…

Jessica Isbister28th June 2019
Magnetique MagMini giveaway|Magnetique MagMini giveaway|Magnetique MagMini giveaway

WIN A MAGNET-IQUE MAGMINI!

Fulling Mill24th June 2019
Nymph Fishing|Nymph Fishing|Nymph Fishing|Nymph Fishing

Top Tips for Nymph Fishing on Stillwaters

Simon Robinson21st June 2019
Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable|Ausable

Top 14(ish) Flies for the Ausable River

Sean Platt20th June 2019
angling trust loch style championships 2019|angling trust loch style championships 2019|angling trust loch style championships 2019

Angling Trust Loch Style Championship 2019

Rob Edmunds17th June 2019

Alex Jardine’s Top 10 Trout Flies

Alex Jardine15th June 2019
Masterclass Copolymer Leaders Review|Masterclass Copolymer Leaders Review|Masterclass Copolymer Leaders Review

Fulling Mill Masterclass Tapered Leaders Review

Phil Ratcliffe13th June 2019
fly fishing for zander||fly fishing for zander|fly fishing for zander|fly fishing for zander|fly fishing for zander|fly fishing for zander|fly fishing for zander|fly fishing for zander||Written in English|Written in German

Snag-Prone Hide-and-Seek…

Steffen Schulz12th June 2019
Christmas Island|Christmas Island|Christmas Island|Christmas Island|Christmas Island|Christmas Island

Christmas Island Angling Expectations

Kyle Schenk23rd May 2019
Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019|Airflo Spring Invitational Champions|Airflo-Spring-Invitational-2019|Airflo Spring Invitational 2019

Airflo Spring Invitational Competition Report

Rob Edmunds21st May 2019
Fluorocarbon Lough Corrib Kieron Jenkins|Fluorocarbon Lough Corrib Kieron Jenkins||Fluorocarbon Lough Corrib Kieron Jenkins|Fluorocarbon Lough Corrib Kieron Jenkins|Fluorocarbon-Corrib

Masterclass Fluorocarbon Impresses at Lough Corrib!

Kieron Jenkins19th May 2019

How to tie the Mousey McMouseFace

Fly Fish Food17th May 2019
Fly Selections|Fly Selections|Fly Selections|Fly Selections|Fly Selections

A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Selection

James Garrettson15th May 2019

How to tie the Jingler Dry Fly

Fulling Mill9th May 2019
Bolivian Golden Dorado|Bolivian Golden Dorado|Bolivian Golden Dorado|Bolivian Golden Dorado|Bolivian Golden Dorado|Bolivian Golden Dorado

The Best Flies for Bolivian Golden Dorado

Katka Švagrová1st May 2019
Lake Olives|lake olives|Lake Olives Nymphs|||Lake Olives||lake olives|Lake Olives|lake olives

Fishing Wet flies for trout feeding on Lake Olives

Tom Doc26th April 2019
Masterclass Copolymer Review|Masterclass Copolymer Review|Masterclass Copolymer Review|Masterclass Copolymer Review

Fulling Mill Masterclass Copolymer Review

Simon Robinson23rd April 2019
Harrison Douds on Eyebrook|Harrison Douds on Eyebrook|Harrison Douds on Eyebrook|Harrison Douds on Eyebrook|Harrison Douds on Eyebrook

Harrison’s Recommended Flies for Eyebrook

Harrison Douds18th April 2019
Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass|Peacock Bass

Peacock Bass in Brazil | Fly Fishing Nation | Pt.3

Stephan Dombaj15th April 2019
Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN|Arapaima FFN

Arapaima in Brazil | Fly Fishing Nation | Pt.2

Stephan Dombaj10th April 2019
Golden Dorado Cross|||Tsimane Hunting Fuji Velvia|dorado FFN p1|Tsimane Indian Hardening Arrow Shaft Ilford

Golden Dorado in Bolivia | Fly Fishing Nation | Pt.1

Stephan Dombaj9th April 2019
Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish|Rooster Fish

Fly Fishing for Rooster Fish with Katka Svagrova

Katka Švagrová5th April 2019
Springer Salmon|Springer Salmon|Springer Salmon|Springer Salmon Flies

Catching a Springer, What You Need to Know…

James Stokoe2nd April 2019
FM5105

FM5105: Fulling Mill Competition Heavyweight Black Nickel Barbless

Eric Kelley29th March 2019
Euro Nymphing|Euro Nymphing|Euro Nymphing

Euro Nymphing with John Newbury

John Newbury26th March 2019
Duckfly on Corrib|Duckfly on Corrib|Duckfly on Corrib|Duckfly on Corrib|Duckfly on Corrib|Duckfly on Corrib|

Fishing the Duckfly on The Corrib

Tom Doc13th March 2019
Beginners Guide To Stillwater Fly Fishing|Beginners Guide To Stillwater Fly Fishing|Beginners Guide To Stillwater Fly Fishing|Beginners Guide To Stillwater Fly Fishing|Beginners Guide To Stillwater Fly Fishing

Stillwater Trout Fishing Beginners Guide

Simon Robinson7th March 2019
Blob|Blob caught Trout|Blob caught Trout|Blob caught Trout

The Blob. The Success and Development of a deadly pattern…

Rob Edmunds25th February 2019
Ultimate Dry Fly Hook

FM5050: Fulling Mill Ultimate Dry Fly Hook Barbless

Eric Kelley23rd February 2019
Pop Up Flies|Pop Up Flies|Pop Up Flies|Pop Up Flies|Pop Up Flies

Fishing with Pop Up Flies on Sinking Lines

Guido Vinck22nd February 2019
The-Dirty-Dozen|Dirty Dozen - Black Rubber Leg Stone|Dirty Dozen - Canon's Bunny Baetis|Dirty Dozen - Complex Twist Bugger Brown|Dirty Dozen - Double Wing Caddis|Dirty Dozen - Duracell Jig|Dirty Dozen - Greased Lightening|Dirty Dozen - Heisenberg White|Dirty Dozen - Micro Midge Cul|Dirty Dozen - Orange Head Mary|Dirty Dozen - Redneck Midge|Dirty Dozen - Spanish Quill Bullet|Dirty Dozen - The Squirminator

The Dirty Dozen for Pre-Runoff

James Garrettson19th February 2019
Tippet Material - Fulling Mill|Tippet Material - Worldclass|Tippet Material - Worldclass|

Tippet Material, Fluorocarbon or Co-Polymer?

Simon Robinson15th February 2019
Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon|Oregon

Experience the Owyhee River, Oregon

Kyle Schenk9th February 2019
Top Saltwater Flies|Top Saltwater Flies|Top Saltwater Flies|Top Saltwater Flies|Top Saltwater Flies

What Saltwater Flies Do You Need?

Peter Mcleod8th February 2019
Emilie Björkman|Emilie Björkman|Emilie Björkman|Emilie Björkman

What to take on your next fishing trip?

Emilie Björkman1st February 2019
Fishing Deep with Boobies at Farmoor|Fishing Deep with Boobies at Farmoor|Fishing Deep with Boobies at Farmoor|Fishing Deep with Boobies at Farmoor|Fishing Deep with Boobies at Farmoor|Fishing Deep with Boobies at Farmoor

Fishing Deep with Boobies

Rob Edmunds30th January 2019
SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing|SalmonFly Fishing

Salmonfly – Fishing the Warm Springs Reservation

Kyle Schenk29th January 2019
Steelhead tips|Steelhead tips|Steelhead tips

Steelhead Tips; 5 Things to remember…

Fulling Mill23rd January 2019

How to tie the Belly Flop Balanced Damsel

Curtis Fry22nd January 2019
|Mexico|||||||||||||||

A Yucatan Adventure; Mexico

Alex Jardine22nd January 2019

How to tie the Baby Fat Minnow

Clark Pierce14th January 2019
Shake

Shake, Rattle and Roll – Fly Fishing for Tarpon

Peter Mcleod11th January 2019
Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory|Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory|Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory|Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory|Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory|Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory|Fulling Mill Fly Tying Factory

Visiting the Source

Nick Yardley10th January 2019
never stop learning|

Never Stop Learning…

Fulling Mill7th January 2019
Nymphing for Grayling||||||||||||Nymphing for Grayling|Nymphing for Grayling|Nymphing for Grayling

A Guide to Winter Nymphing for Grayling

Phil Ratcliffe3rd January 2019

How to tie the Wally Wing Callibaetis

Fly Fish Food28th December 2018
Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling|Duo fishing for Grayling

Dry Fly and Duo Fishing for Grayling

Ceri Thomas26th December 2018

How to tie the Foamerger Midge

Fly Fish Food24th December 2018
Alagnak River

The Alagnak River, My Alaskan Adventure

James Stokoe24th December 2018
Marble Trout Slovenia|Marble Trout Slovenia|Marble Trout Slovenia|Marble Trout Slovenia|Marble Trout Slovenia|Marble Trout Slovenia|Marble Trout Slovenia

Catching Marble Trout in Slovenia

Lisa Isles23rd December 2018

How to tie the Hot Pink Squirminator Jig

Fulling Mill22nd December 2018
Streamers|Streamers|Streamers|Streamers|Streamers|Streamers

Streamers – Winter Fishing Tactics

Eric Kelley21st December 2018
River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen|River Itchen

Yanks Abroad – A day on the River Itchen

Nick Yardley20th December 2018
Davie McPhail Classic Salmon Flies|Davie McPhail Classic Salmon Flies|Davie McPhail Classic Salmon Flies

Framed Davie McPhail Flies – AUCTION!

Fulling Mill19th December 2018
Atlantic-Salmon-Trust|

Atlantic Salmon Trust Update

Fulling Mill18th December 2018
Surface fishing for atlantic salmon

Surface Fishing for Atlantic Salmon

Peter Mcleod17th December 2018

Win these Davie McPhail Flies! Episode 5

Fulling Mill7th December 2018
Grayling-Flies-Top-6|Grayling-Flies-F-Fly|Grayling-Flies-Klinkhammer|Grayling-Flies-Olive|Grayling-Flies-Pink-Bomb|Grayling-Flies-Pink-Shrimp|Grayling-Flies-Spider|

Phil Ratcliffe’s Top 6 Grayling Flies for the River Severn

Phil Ratcliffe6th December 2018
FM5105

FM5105: Fulling Mill Competition Heavyweight Hook Barbless

Fulling Mill4th December 2018
Wood is Good|Wood is Good|Wood is Good|Wood is Good

Wood is Good For Vermont’s Rivers and Fish

VT Nature Conservancy3rd December 2018
Sunray Shadow|Sunray Shadow|Sunray Shadow

The Sunray Shadow; versatility and simplicity personified

Steffan Jones30th November 2018
Fulling Mill Designer Davy Wotton|Fulling Mill Designer Davy Wotton

An inside look: Fulling Mill designer ‘Davy Wotton’ and what’s in his fly box?

Fulling Mill30th November 2018
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Win these Davie McPhail Flies! Episode 4

Fulling Mill29th November 2018
|FM2500 Bonio Carp Hook|

FM2500: Fulling Mill Bonio Carp Hook Barbless

Eric Kelley29th November 2018
How to tie a Snake Fly|How-to-tie-a-snake-fly

How to tie a Snake Fly

Fulling Mill23rd November 2018
Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall||Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall||Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall||Flies for the fall|Flies for the fall

Flies for the fall in the Wood River Valley

Fulling Mill22nd November 2018

Salmon fishing River Ure – The Rise of a Forgotten Giant

Philip Ellis15th November 2018

Win these Davie McPhail Flies! Episode 3

Fulling Mill15th November 2018
FM5085: Nymph Barbless Hook

FM5085: Fulling Mill Nymph Barbless Hook

Eric Kelley13th November 2018
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Fly Fishing as an Olympic Athlete

Fulling Mill12th November 2018
Killer Shrimp|trout feeding on killer shrimp||

Fishing for Trout feeding on Killer Shrimp

Rob Edmunds8th November 2018

Win these Davie McPhail Flies! Episode 2.

Fulling Mill7th November 2018
Curtis-Fry Fulling Mill Designer|Curtis-Fry Fulling Mill Designer

An inside look: Fulling Mill designer ‘Curtis Fry’ and what’s in his fly box?

Fulling Mill6th November 2018
FM5045 Jig Force Hook

FM5045: Fulling Mill Jig Force Hook

Eric Kelley5th November 2018
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“Skitt Fiske”….

Mark Taylor2nd November 2018
best back end Salmon Flies|best back end Salmon Flies|best back end Salmon Flies|best back end Salmon Flies

Are these the best back end Salmon Flies?

Craig McDonald1st November 2018

Win these Davie McPhail Flies! Episode 1.

Fulling Mill31st October 2018
Irish Fly Fair|Irish Fly Fair

Irish Fly Fair – Galway Bay Hotel – 10th & 11th November

Fulling Mill30th October 2018

Randolph Dam Removal

Fulling Mill30th October 2018
Tim-Flagler-FM-fly-designer|

An inside look: Fulling Mill designer ‘Tim Flagler’ and what’s in his fly box?

Fulling Mill29th October 2018
Sea-Trout-Surface-Lures|Sea-Trout-Surface-Lures

Sea Trout Surface Lures; Striking the Perfect Balance

Steffan Jones25th October 2018
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Fishing the Deschutes in the Ultimate Hatch

Chris Joosen24th October 2018
Super Grub Hook|FM1160|FM1160|FM1160|FM1160|FM1160|FM1160|FM1160|FM1160

FM1160: Fulling Mill Super Grub Hook

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Salmon Fishing in Scotland – Advanced Tips and Techniques


		
		
26th January 2021
Stewart Collingswood
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Salmon fishing in Scotland has much to offer any angler. In this article I will describe in detail the techniques we use to target salmon throughout Scotland. 

Introduction

I have fished our Scottish waters for over 45 years and have been a professional Orvis Endorsed Guide for 16 years. I am the founder of Alba Game Fishing, Scotland’s foremost provider of fishing trips. We offer tailored trips for all species throughout Scotland. 

I decided in 2004 to quit the corporate world as CEO of a small software company in Edinburgh and swap my suit for a set of Tweeds and wellies. I pioneered the blend of fishing, photography and lunches all wrapped up in a premium service and we were the first company in Scotland to offer this. Since then we have fine tuned our offering, and constantly looked to improve both our venues, tackle and the team of guides and casting instructors we have. 

Are you interested in salmon fishing, but have no idea where to start? First check out this piece by Marina Gibson on introducing an absolute beginner to salmon fishing!

Overview

  1. Choosing the right river at the right time
  2. Preparation for the day
  3. Get into the right mindset
  4. Reading the river
  5. What fly lines to use, flies and sink rate tips to select?
  6. Techniques and how to fish the fly
  7. Playing and releasing a fish effectively
  8. Photography 

Choosing the Right River at the Right Time

You can never truly predict what time of year the productive fish catching days will be for each river, but you can certainly make an educated guess. First, you should study each river and how it fishes at different river levels. Then, you can marry that with fish catch returns and conditions, which will allow you to draw conclusions. This is an ever changing equation and needs constant monitoring. Your finger needs to be on the pulse.

I often get asked “how much is a day’s salmon fishing?” which is similar to the question… “how much is a ticket at Wimbledon?” Or “How much is a car?” At this point, this is where you have to start asking the following questions, to try and narrow it down.

Ask the Right Questions

Where will you be based (if your staying in Fort William don’t ask for a day trip on the Tay)

What is your budget? (A champagne beat on the Spey, doesn’t cost lager money)

What experience do you have of Spey casting? (Often none is the best – this way you don’t have to undo bad habits)

What is your main motivation for booking a trip? (Believe it or not, some guests want to focus on scenery, service and the all-round Scottish experience rather than a guaranteed catch)

A client called me in July and asked for a day on the Dee. I asked him where he was staying. He said Perth. I asked why the Dee, he said because a friend in the States said it was the best. I explained the Lower Tay would be a heck of a lot closer, and more productive in August (and less expensive)and steered him to the Scone Palace fishings at Fishponds. Luckily the day worked out, he caught and released a grilse of 6lb and a salmon of 13lb both on the fly. It doesn’t always work out like that, but it’s great when it does.

Asking the tight questions can lead to fish like this.
© Alba Game Fishing 

Preparation for the Day

My Dad was a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy and one of his motto’s was “proper planning and preparation prevents piss poor performance.” This wisdom is embedded in my psyche. Starting a day ill-prepared often leads to failure and time spent planning is time seldom wasted.

I am obsessive about detail, and I like to spend time checking and preparing gear. It’s also trained into our team. I always have a well organized fly box, containing confidence patterns that are appropriate for the river you are targeting. The correct sink tip/ leaders, you wouldn’t want to arrive on the river Thurso in summer armed with only with 10ft/12ft poly leaders, when what you need are 5ft/6ft instead. Equally don’t turn up to the Tay with a 5ft leader for a 580grain line and a 15ft rod. 

Spare life vests and sunglasses are a must in case guests forget theirs (they always do). Check all hooks, clip off excess nylon. Freshen up leaders. Check the rod and reel for damage, have plenty of tackle to cover varying scenarios. 

We use a lot of tube flies on the Big 4 rivers, the Tay, Dee, Tweed and Spey. Tube flies, Collie dogs, Snaeldas and sun rays are a bit of a nightmare to store, they get damaged, tangled and lose their shape when they get bashed around in storage. 

I learned a beautiful tip from John Richardson, one of our fly Tyers. You’ll need a box of clear plastic straws, 8mm and a cheap heat sealing machine. The whole set up can be bought for under £30.00 and it’s a game changer. Importantly, when you take the flies out of the tube, they are in a perfect shape with no damage and they also dry out on the straws too.

A selection of tube flies for salmon fishing. Using plastic straws can be a great way to store them more efficiently.
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The Salmon Fishing Mindset

Often guest focus on tackle, and techniques too heavily. Whilst these are vitally important, you can throw everything in the bin if you don’t turn up with the right mindset.

Salmon fishing can be a frustrating business, and it’s not recommended for the faint-hearted. “Persistence beats resistance,” I hear my Dad say. Never a truer word. 

I met a fellow angler on the river once, we’ll call him Bill. He had been to Farlows a few days before the trip, and splurged his credit card on the very best rod, reel, line and waders. Even his underpants were made by Patagonia (he told me). Everything on him looked brand spanking new. He charged into the water, like a buffalo sending shock wave out across the water. With a noise like that, every fish in the pool would have scattered. He then flailed away, thrashing the water into a foam, casting repeatedly in the same spots and clumping around the river bed with the finesse of an elephant. It was grim to watch, and we quietly went as far away from him as possible, making a mental note to avoid everywhere he had been.

When we arrived in the hut at lunch time, Buffalo Bill had ran out of steam. He sat in the hut, on his phone and trying to conduct business from the sanctuary and tranquility of the hut. It was everything we had all come to the river to escape from. The point is that it’s vital to treat fishing for wild salmon in a similar way to stalking a Stag. You have to move with stealth and with respect, and enjoy and the connection with your environment. You have to switch the devices off. Disconnect to reconnect.

Relax, disconnect, and enjoy your adventure.
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Relax and Focus

Your mindset should be like a hunter, relaxed and focused. It’s almost a zen like state, with pure focus and a clear head. I promise you, if you try this, you will catch more fish. It gives you confidence and that is a vital component when salmon fishing. More than everything, you must quietly believe that at any moment, each cast might catch a fish. You must stay true to this belief. For every cast that doesn’t catch a fish—and there will be many—just quietly shift focus on to the next cast. Stay focussed, stay positive and treat the salmon with the respect it deserves.

Reading The River

Now we are starting to get into the nitty gritty. Reading the river is so important and this helps you understand where the salmon lies are and at what river heights. I fish the River Teviot in winter for grayling and whilst this is one of my great passions, I am also using this time to work out where all the salmon lies are. The Teviot is also a great salmon river in it’s own right and sometimes a worthy alternative when the Tweed is unfishable. The salmon lies are easy to spot in gin clear water and you can spot the depressions in gravel behind boulders, the resting spots that still offer good oxygen and the deeper channels where fish might run and get protection from predators. 

I cannot stress enough the importance of gleaning knowledge from the resident ghillie. Treat these professionals with respect they deserve, and they will look after you too. Respect their knowledge, they live and breathe the river every day and they know where the fish get caught. A good ghillie will also understand where fish will be on differing river levels. Yes you can usually work this out if you’re a competent salmon angler, but there are always spots that will take you by surprise. The ghillie will know where they are. Equall,y if you have a guide who fishes a river regularly, he too will know the spots. With that said, you can be sure he’s also learnt some from his relationship with the ghillie.  

Trust your Ghillie, and trust your guide.
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What lines, flies and Sink tips to select for salmon Rivers?

It can be confusing deciding what fly line to use on a salmon rod. And knowing the differences between Standard Spey, Skagit, Short Spey (Scandi), Spey and Shooting head lines can be a challenge.

Standard Spey Lines

When I learned to Spey cast all those years ago (1980″s) my tutor insisted on using a 65ft head Spey line. This is known as a Standard Spey line in Scotland. In fact, in the 1980’s we were still probably 15 or 20 years away from the advent of Scandi, Skagit and Shooting head lines. Learning on a 65ft head Spey line is a great way to learn the basics, and a great examiner of your technique. These lines also offer the best presentation and land with more delicacy than the shorter and more aggressive head scandi, and shooting head lines.

Short Spey Lines (Scandi) 

Spey Lines with a short head are sometimes referred to as Scandi Head lines, they have a shorter length head than a spey line. The weight of the head is to the rear of the line, for example 43ft in length (as opposed to 65ft) Scandi lines come integrated (better) and looped to a running line. The head as a longer more graduated taper and therefore better for presentation. However they are not ideal for throwing heavier sink tips, poly leaders leaders and heavy flies. They are also easier to cast than a standard spey and ideal for smaller flies.

Skagit heads 

These heads have a more aggressive taper and a lot more mass at the tip of the flyline. The Skagit head is ideal for heavier sink tips and Skagit Heads of varying sink rates can be attached loop to loop, (similar to polyleaders, but balanced to the Skagit Head) and large weighted flies.

In simple physics mass moves mass. Therefore, a heavier head Skagit will turn over a heavier tip and your fly with a lot more ease than a Short Spey Line. These are also easy to cast, and your guide can get you up and running safely and quickly for an enjoyable day on the river.

Shooting Head

This is a short, denser section of fly line attached to a thin running (shooting) line offering minimal resistance and drag on the head in flight. Once you get the head outside the rod tip (get the right level of overhang), the heavier shooting head pulls the thinner running line through the guides. Choosing a running line can be as important as the head. Ideally pick a running line that is easy to handle and does not suffer from too much memory. 

Here are some benefits of a shooting head system:

You need the right tools for the job when salmon fishing.
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What flies and Sink Rate tips to use?

You will sometimes hear guides and ghillies say that fly presentation is more important than choice, and whilst this is true, it shouldn’t be ignored that fly choice can be the game changer. Let’s start by asking why a salmon takes a fly? After all, as soon as they enter freshwater they do not feed. So why would they feast on a bunch of thread and feathers? Here are a few reasons we’ve worked out:

Curiosity

A salmon has no hands, so if something interesting appears in front of it it might be tempted to ‘mouth’ the object out of curiosity.

Aggression

Spawning fish are territorial and aggressive at times. A fly might just piss off the salmon enough to force it to grab the fly out of aggression.

Pavlov’s Conditioned Response

A salmon fly might resemble a food source that it fed on in the ocean, I.e. a sun ray (sand eel) and Shrimp pattern Red Francnsnaelda.

X factor

Nobody can explain this one. Your client completely flops a cast, the fly lands in a heap with the tippet like a bowl of spaghetti, the salmon takes the fly!?

Color

Consider also which color flies work well in what water colors. If the water is peaty and dark brown like some of the West Coast spate rivers, then the patterns may differ from those for the clearer rivers. 

Versileaders/ Polyleaders

Selecting the right Versileaders, Sink Tips or poly leaders is as important as fly choice and presentation. If you’re not fishing the flies at the right level, you’re not in the game. These are essentially tapered leaders which are either coated with a tungsten material of varying densities, or a plasticised material for floating. A sink tip is generally a faster sinking tips, looped on to the end of a fly line.

Common sense applies to what tip to use with what rod and line. For example a # 8 weight Scandi line is going to struggle to cast the very heavy sink tips or Versileaders, and there will be some hinging on the cast stroke. This is because the Scandi head tapers and there is no mass at the end to move the heavier tip.

Tippet

No one tippet is the best, as it depends on the tint of the water you are fishing and the topography of the river. In most cases I use Maxima as its tried and tested and has a degree of stretch/ elasticity, which in my opinion is better than fluorocarbon tippet which is brittle and more likely to snap under sudden strain. I use 15lb breaking strain for the bigger rivers (0.37mm diameter) and 10lb (.30mm) for the smaller spate waters. It comes in clear, Chameleon (brown) and Ultragreen. Fulling Mill also carries a copolymer that is good for the smaller rivers. Here are some scenarios to help understand the thought process into what tippet to choose.

Tay

Open Bankside with no trees, clear day light cloud cover and water running clear = Maxima Clear or Fulling Mill Copolymer.

Spey

Closed bankside surrounded by trees, water running peat colored = Maxima Chameleon 

Tweed

Sunny day, clear water= Maxima Aquagreen 

What you are looking for is the line most invisible in the water and against the skyline. Be tactical, think it through and don’t be a one trick pony. 

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Techniques to fishing a Salmon Pool

Now assuming you have all the aforementioned in place, you’re approaching a pool and are ready to go.

Approach the pool with caution and stealth, think very carefully about where the salmon lies are. Stay quiet and stealthy. You are stalking a wild beast that has made an incredible journey and is a miracle of nature, so show it the respect it deserves.

Wading

Go only deep enough to give you an anchor point for your spey cast. Avoid deep wading and disturbing fish. I see it all the time, anglers almost standing as deep as where the fish would run. If you can fish a pool from the bank without wading I would always recommend this. If you do need to wade, go slowly and easy, like you were sniper approaching a vantage point. Also never wade somewhere you can put your fly through first. 

Be your salmon fly

Imagine in your minds eye the fly swimming under the water. It’s vital that you are swinging the fly with control of the fly at all times, and that there are no bellies in the line nor drag. The fly should swing even and true and you should target the pool with precision and optimism. On occasions, a skated fly or a fly cast across the stream and ripped back quickly will work if fishing a sun ray or a hitched fly, but be aware of the technique you are fishing and the method you are using and stay in control.

After each cast, take a gentle step downstream and allow the fly to swing approx 3 ft below where it was before. Casting a fly repeatedly in the same spot will not convince the salmon to take the fly and this also allows you to cover more water and search out those “taking fish” 

Don’t strike

When good tactics induce a take, you have to discipline yourself to react in the correct way. This can be harder for trout fishers, as they are used to “Striking” when they feel a take. 

It can take a lot of investment in time and money to create the moment when a salmon takes. Don’t mess it up at this stage! Let the fish take, turn back to its lie and then set the hook properly with side pressure and a grip of the line on the handle or by holding the reel. Once you have hooked a fish like this, let the clutch take over and play the fish. You have a very good chance of landing it because the hook is set properly. 

Be tactical 

This includes being alert to how to land the fish. Adrenaline will be coursing through you, and senses are working overtime. Stay calm and focused and take as much time as the fish needs. It sounds silly to say this, but play the fish, don’t try and rush it into the net. Some fish come quickly, and others fight like demons. Its not often size related and some of my best fights have been smaller fish. When retrieving line back on the reel try to do so in a smooth efficient manner, pump the rod smoothly and retrieve on the way down. 

It pays to plan ahead and look for slacker water to land the fish. Side pressure is more effective than the rod raised to the sky, and this helps steer the fish to where you would aim to land it. When shallow gravel is nearby, netting a fish is impossible so beach the fish instead. If you have a bit of depth, net the fish, then keep it in the net under water while you compose yourself and unhook the fly and plan for a quick photo.

Photographing Fish

If you’re fishing catch and release, then you would want a good photo. Photography requires planning. So, ensure your camera settings are correct and in place before you cast a line. There’s nothing worse than fiddling around with your camera while the poor fish waits, and is put through more stress. 

Wrap your forefinger and thumb around the knuckle of the tail and avoid bending the tail against the body. This will put less strain on the tail muscles when you lift the fish up. Rather than gripping the tail you are simply forming a sold loop with your finger and thumb and avoiding squeezing too much. It’s worth also washing your hands in the river prior to handling, do this when the fish is resting in the net, it will help remove bacteria from your skin and transferring it to the fish.

All too often I see fish in November with skin disease and the areas of the fish impacted are where hands of anglers have been during grip and grin photos. Finally cup your hand gently under the belly of the fish and find the centre of gravity, again do not squeeze the belly of the fish, simple lift it up from the net and minimise the time out of the water. I can rattle off a few photos in a matter of seconds with good planning and then be looking to release the fish.

When salmon fishing a quick photo is essential if you take one at all.
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Releasing the fish

Finally, feeling elated and bursting with excitement, the final act of kindness and respect, is releasing the salmon back to its environment safely and without fuss. Using the same method of holding the fish you adopted for catch and release, hold the fish under water in the stream so that oxygenated water runs through its gills. Allow the fish time to recover. You’ll know when this is, and it varies depending on how long the fish was played out and how strong the fish is. When the fish is ready, it will kick to get away from you. Seeing these magnificent creatures swim safely back to their element is one of the most rewarding aspects of angling. Salmon are the King of fish.

So there you have it, front to back. The process of preparing for a day of Salmon fishing, which includes approaching the water and fishing a pool, catching and releasing. I hope 2021 presents many exciting salmon fishing opportunities for us all, and we can get out on the rivers again and enjoy freedom, open space, camaraderie and good sport. Tight lines and have a great season.

If you’re interested in learning more from Stewart, check out his last piece on salmon fishing for beginners. You can also visit his website here.

 
 
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