With more than 200 years of history behind it and still evolving, the development of the classic salmon fly is a truly fascinating subject. Michael Radencich traces the history of the classic salmon fly, through both literature and lithography. The beautiful, hand-coloured plates illustrating the classic salmon fly are a…
Megan Boyd became famous in her lifetime as a tyer of the most beautiful and effective salmon flies. She died at a nursing home in Golspie in 2001 but was born again recently in the film Kiss the Water, a documentary about her life and the bewitching flies she tied…
A true celebration of fly fishing, RISE is in it’s 8th year and brings gripping footage from Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Costa Rica, Argentina, Tahiti, USA and Bolivia to screens across Europe in high definition. The Courthouse Hotel cinema in London will host the festival on Wednesday 14th May. Find…
The Field shows you the best casting technique so you can catch your salmon
Make the most of your salmon, whether caught or bought with this fresh and simple recipe
Enjoy your salmon Canadian style, hot-smoked with a maple syrup glaze. If you are not lucky enough to catch your own there is very good organic farmed fish available.
Financially sensible fishing in Dumfries and Galloway. Break your journey north for some accessible fishing
Salmon fishing and the odds of landing a springer have improved dramatically in the last decade. Some of the best salmon fishing is now on our doorstep.
Haaf-netting dates back to the Vikings, who waded into shallow estuaries to catch fish. The experience can be still be had via a sporting auction
Ceviche of salmon is delightful eaten at a picnic