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Fly Fishing Midge Imitations On Rivers

Midges are a huge part of the trout diet simply because they are present in nearly all rivers and lakes throughout the year. Moreover they are the only aquatic fly that will hatch pretty much every day of the year.

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Barbless Flies – Using Wild River Barbless Nymphs

I have been out on some local urban streams with the Go-Pro. These wild river barbless nymphs are doing so well with the wild brown trout. Check out our selection of barbless flies here >> http://shop.peaksflyfishing.com/barbless-wild-river-flies-409-c.asp Match The Hatch! – our

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Shuttlecock Buzzers & Emerger Fishing Flies

  VIEW SHUTTLECOCK BUZZERS >> Midges are present in all rivers and lakes throughout the UK and will form a part of the diet of most still water trout at some point during the year. This means they are of

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Catching With Caddis Flies

The Caddis Fly is a remarkable creature and one of the most common flies in rivers and still waters across the country. Although the adults are not hatching yet, the larvae are active under the rocks and deadwood, building their

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Klink And Dink Fly

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A great method of searching the water is to use a small nymph hanging under a large klinkhammer. This is tied “New Zealand” style by tying a length of mono directly on to the bend of the hook of the

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Cool start to the season!

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Well, there is no doubt it’s been an interesting start to the season. Very cold weather and large amounts of snow have kept the water temperatures low. Recent milder weather has caused snow melt to run through the system keeping

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Prospecting On The Seam

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Whilst many anglers enjoy dry fly fishing, my favourite style of fly fishing is prospecting with a nymph. When dry fly fishing to rising fish, you already know where the fish are – you can see them. When you are prospecting with

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