iheartthefly contributor Paul Anderson landed this amazing, rare amur pike in Mongolia last week. Stay tuned for more details!
A solid brownie from Penstock Lagoon
Blue hues, dramatically enhanced by polarised lenses. Amphibian shoes, scratched by scoparia, encounter decades-old fences. Thousands of tarns and lagoons, barely any trees Taking full advantage of sight-fishing days like these.
It’s time to start chasing those pesky sea runners!
Despite recent rain enough for rivers to break banks, I managed to open my account on the rivers to kick off the Tasmanian 2013/14 trout season. I set off for the St Patricks River, expecting it to be still out over the banks but was surprised to arrive at a very full but clear river.…
Anglers across Tasmania and abroad are gradually coming out of hibernation to wave their wand for the opening of the 2013/14 season. Great numbers of quirky crew will be heading to their local haunt this weekend to tangle with a brown trout, a sometimes-complex little species that many would not have seen for three months…
The river-cairn sessions – I wonder if it’s still there?
The next instalment from these guys is now available and is based in New Zealand’s South Island, chasing trout. Once again, the footage looks superb and the trailer alone whets my appetite to get back over there!
Leave passes – Every angler with a better half needs them. Sometimes the passes are abused, sometimes the passes are few and far between and other times they are saved up and banked into a special account titled “HELL YES MOTHER-FLIPPING NEW ZEALAND”. Well that is what mine was called anyway… More than six months…
Visitng angler to Tasmania Piero Bertocchi sends a nice cast along a likely looking bank (please click image for much better quality!).