Thursday, 2 February 2012

January 2012

Looking at the clear skies and the frost there isn't much fishing going on at present. Once things warm up a bit I will be visiting our small still waters so if you want to tune up your casting then a day or a half day will set you up for the new season.

I'm already planning our summer bass fishing trips so if you want to experience successful salt water fly fishing for bass, give me a call and I'll let you know suitable dates.

If you are interested in an overseas fishing trip in 2012 then look at my website for details of our Atlantic Salmon fly fishing trip with spey casting tuition in Eastern Canada. We are already about full on this trip but other weeks at the lodge are available and you can always register your interest in our 2013 trip which we plan for the end of September again.

Now is the time to check over tackle and get it in good order. If your fly lines are showing signs of wear then replace them with new. Also remember that although fluorocarbon has a good lifetime, other nylon materials are not so good and it's better to replace spools than save a few pounds and lose a fish of a lifetime.

Bryan Martin