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A BREAM TO PASS THE TIME

A few weeks before 2020 stuck its middle finger at us and the world turned to poo, I walked out onto a sand flat for

A RIPPLE OF EXCITEMENT

A RIPPLE OF EXCITEMENT Tired of flies falling around in your foam fly box? I definitely was (especially after losing plenty flies carrying cheap polystyrene

ONE LAST TASTE…

“How can this be happening…” “And all this because people still eat weird shit” “How can one even begin to consider eating bats, civets, pangolins…Or

Missing the perfect shot

It was a camp Ray had never heard of, and both of us were worried about one massive, scary thing; humans. This wasn’t a typical

River therapy

In my life river has always meant estuary.  I’ve never been landlocked, so that definition never needed to change, until now.  Rivers North and North-East

Lesotho Showreel

Richard White of Black Rock Productions was good enough to share this epic little showreel of a mission they recently did into Lesotho… “Scotty (@cartel_flyfishing) did

A Growing Addiction

I met Daniel a month before I left the Seychelles. I had been living on Praslin for a couple of years and had caught my

Beached Pigs and Walking Prawns

Long the dream of those who chase grunter, the fabled prawn is a phenomenon that occurs in South Africa’s estuaries and lagoons. Kevin Flanagan and

The fly fisherman’s ultimate brothel?

A photo essay about the tropical flats fishes of Alphonse and St. Francois atolls (Seychelles) Text by Leonard Flemming (the uncut version) Photos by Leonard

The Custodian

The hunt for Giant Trevally in the surf, south of the 26th parallel of latitude is what first got me to Kosi.  Somewhere in my

Brothel

Brothel is a beautiful drone-clip compilation of Australian salmon fishing by Liam Surridge; many thanks for sharing this with Feathers and Fluoro:

NEON AT NIGHT

Its midnight 30 nautical miles off the East coast of Malindi, and dead quiet other than the drone of the diesel inboard, more felt through

Friday pic dump

Overdue pic dump…Please note that we don’t own all of these photos/pictures, but we do love them and love sharing them (click on some of

Hunting Mud

Team FlyBru seems to get more fishing done than most of us and while we sit behind office desks these guys get to witness mother

Sudan recaps

Instead of a daily report I’ll post little snapshots of awesome moments exploring this incredible place with Stu Harley, Nicola Vitali and Johan Brits. Some

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