Monthly Archives: January 2013

Deception in cold waters

The line was flicked out across the mirror calm surface and the bead headed Montana Nymph allowed to sink before starting to retrieve with short pulls. After fifteen minutes or so without a take I decided to change the fly … Continue reading

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ENCOURAGING SIGNS?

A cold calm winter’s night saw Jon Patten and I setting up our rods hopeful that something would show from the deepwater rock mark we were fishing. I fished two rods with Ammo sandeel and squid cocktails. As is often … Continue reading

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Deep Sea Fishing

Fifty meters of water beneath the boat and six miles offshore down goes the bait with over a pound of lead. The thin braid enables every interest in the bait to be transmitted to the surface. This is the true … Continue reading

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