Sometimes, They Always Come Here!

In November 2014 I had my first trip to Aitutaki lagoon in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific. My main target species was bonefish, and in Aitutaki the Bonefish are big, really big!! check it out here!! After a few days I had caught and released some monster bonefish with the help of my…

Aitutaki

I really enjoy the global getaway. Each year I try to choose a new destination and save my hard-earned for a new experience and new discovery. My latest experience was a trip to¬†Aitutaki targeting bonefish and trevally. The bonefish in particular played nicely, however the giant trevally (GT’s) absolutely destroyed me and my fly lines…

Hawaii DIY

So its winter in Tassie at the moment, and all the trout fishing rivers are closed, there’s not much to do during the winter months apart from tie up a few flies or brave the snow and ice and head to the Great Lake for a flick. However there are a couple of other options…

The Creepers and the Belgian

I sometimes sit back and dream about fly fishing, from far off destinations like Alaska, Canada, and Iceland, and also those a bit closer to home like Tasmania’s Western lakes and the back country rivers across the ditch, however for me I find that I enjoy casting as much, maybe even more than actually catching…

Fire and Ice

After a relatively short flight from Alaska up and over the North Pole and down into Reykjavik Iceland, I strolled into the ¬†keflavik airport bio-security area and had the waders, boots and other fishing gear sprayed down by the bio-security guy, which is a very important thing here in Iceland, the rivers are very pure…

Riverwolfs – Mongolia

I guess I should start at the beginning, about 4 years ago I was at the rise fly fishing film festival, there was a short clip of Taimen fishing in Mongolia. I distinctively remember thinking that going to Mongolia and fishing for these fish would be one of the greatest fly fishing adventures anyone could…