Archive for February, 2006

Wych Elm Fishery

Friday, February 17th, 2006

Wych Elm Fishery in Cumbria is a firm favourite with local anglers and visitors alike. The evening hatch in particular can yield great results for those seeking good sport from the surface film. Fly fishing in Cumbria at Wych Elm Fishery is a pleasure throughout the season, with popular fishing fly patterns including Black Buzzer’s […]

Blencarn Lake Fishery

Friday, February 17th, 2006

Blencarn Lake Fishery in Cumbria is situated near Penrith on the road to Alston and Hexham. Close to the North Pennines, the venue can benefit from diverse weather conditions which can often work to the benefit of anglers particularly in summer. Fly fishing in Cumbria at Blencarn Lake Fishery is often best suited to traditional […]

Bake Fishing Lakes

Friday, February 17th, 2006

Bake Fishing Lakes was described by Trout Fisherman magazine as providing ’some entertaining fishing’ and the venue usually lives up to the tag. Dry flies like Sedge, or Daddies and Emerger patterns and Buzzers are often worthy of a try when fly fishing in Cornwall at Bake Fishing Lakes in Cornwall.

Hardcore Fisherman of Sea Fishing

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Trout fishing is a pleasure. Fly fishing for salmon is one of the most enjoyable ways to spend a day. When it’s raining, freezing or doing anything that makes you feel fishing is unpleasant spare a thought for the true hardcore fisherman of sea fishing who risk life and limb in pursuit of the catch […]

Langley Dam

Friday, February 3rd, 2006

Langley Dam has grown to become one of the most popular fly fishing venues in the north east of England. Langley Dam is 8 miles west of Hexham, just off the A69 on the B6305. The 14 acre fishery offers variety from the boat or bank fishing, particularly if you take set of waders with […]