For the last year I have been writing my own blog called “A Stream Beyond’, which I started because I wanted my own space to write stories of life in general, and not just fly fishing. It’s a bit like keeping a diary of my life which doesn’t just revolve around fishing, but includes everything […]
I’ve never had the privilege to fish for salmon with a spey outfit, but this would be high on the list if I ever purchased my own spey rod…
I especially liked the sheefish in the first movie; thanks The Fly Fishing Nation for putting us onto this link on Facebook.
The use of a drone gives this fly fishing movie a whole new perspective; great footage and a fresh look at salmon fishing in Alaska.
I met Scot de Bruyn on Farquhar in 2013. He’s a super keen, happy fishermen who, by all accounts, puts a 1000 % into his guiding. He’s been guiding the Salmon season in Norway and the pics that land on my desktop are sickening! The fact that many of them are of him holding client’s fish […]
Photos and text by Tom Sutcliffe Click here to see Tom Sutcliffe’s website. The lesser of two volcanoes, the Eyjafjallajökull (you could get into trouble trying to say it out loud), erupted on the 25th of March 2010 in Iceland, but was still smoldering in August when Robin Renwick and I visited for the salmon […]
Photographs by Jim Klug http://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com/ Bristol Bay: Dillingham area Dillingham is situated in Nushagak Bay where the Nushagak River mouths to the Bering Sea. Once known as the Pacific salmon capital of the world, Dillingham still offers large salmon runs and is a prime fishing destination, especially for king salmon. Naknek and Kvichak Rivers Many […]