Monthly Archives: November 2012

Hits to HSA since February this year!

Country Views/visits to Henrys Salmon Adventure in the past 9 months, figures courtesy of WordPress (thanks chaps): United Kingdom 5,594 Finland 642 United States 570 Norway 359 Canada 320 Germany 290 Ireland 250 France 191 Sweden 152 Italy 145 Russian … Continue reading

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Fishing plans for 2013

Hooked up last night in central London with friend Christopher who has single handedly set up a brand new Miramichi fishing camp over the last 3 years. He and wife Vivian have done up a premium fishing house (pictured) and … Continue reading

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Low water masterclass in Norway

Things are stirring up nicely in the new-look Norwegian Flyfishers club under the management team of Enrico, Per and Daniel S. Apart from the smart new logo pictured here and a forthcoming 2013 brochure of which I’ve been lucky to … Continue reading

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Ten years on the Nith

Ten years ago exactly to this day I received the Scottish register listing that confirmed my ownership of a syndicate rod on Dumfries & Galloway’s River Nith. With fishing weeks in April, July and October the grand total catch has … Continue reading

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Guideline on the Kola

Originally posted on Guidelineflyfish's Blog:
Text & Photo: Dave Parkes. ( A brief report on the penultimate week at UMBA river ) We have fished The Kola Peninsular in Russia annually for almost 20 years, starting on Southern rivers…

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Galloway salmon dreams

Anglers visiting Galloway rarely leave disappointed. Whether it is the idyllic surroundings, affordable fishing or the good service they receive from ghillies and fishery owners; throughout the season – the six river systems that span from Glenluce in the West…

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Friday Photo sequence

I promised action from Rob Waddington’s trip to the upper Nith last week when his 6 rods caught 6 fish. Here’s two of them in the timeless partnership of man with bent rod (thought bubble: “Hope this one freaking stays … Continue reading

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