Monthly Archives: April 2014

I have travelled half way round the northern hemisphere to find light like this. Basically, yes, with my fishing rod. But on this occasion, last weekend, I just walked out of the back door at home. It was a good … Continue reading

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Happy? He was.

I’m sure I’ve mentioned Henry David Thoreau on this blog before, probably to credit his thoughts on fishing which appeared in Goz & Hamacher’s 2012 fly fishing film, Gaula River of Silver & Gold: To wit: “A man may fish … Continue reading

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Salmon flies for an Arctic summer

The third week of June still seems a long way away. But it’s getting closer. Tight lines to all of you out fishing this weekend. There’s a nice post up yesterday on Glyn Freeman’s River Eden blog, Cumbria Flyfishing, sounds … Continue reading

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Lynx tracks in the sand, River Gaula

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