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From delayed flights to changes in weather, in this article Patrick Straub writes about what to do when your fly fishing trip doesn’t go as planned. “Fly-fishing travel, whether to saltwater destinations or mountain trout streams, often feels like high stakes … more →
The countdown has begun to one of the most eagerly anticipated magazine launches in angling – and global retailers are being reminded of the opportunities it presents to sell their tackle ranges to big spending anglers worldwide. Fishing & Travel magazine is aimed at anglers with a thirst for fishing adventures in global destinations. The […]The post New travel magazine puts big spenders in reach of global retailers appeared first on Angling International.
Farlows, one of the world’s oldest tackle retailers, has branched out into the destination fishing travel business, offering anglers the opportunity to fish what it describes as some of the best destinations on the planet. Its owner and President, Vladimir Rybalchenko, has formed Farlows Travel which will become a one-stop shop, delivering to its customers […]The post Farlows branches out into fishing travel business appeared first on Angling International.
Baron Zahuranec writes about a “better way” to build a BWO pattern. He presents three flies that imitate the prevalent hatch, and outlines the best ways to fish them via American Angler. From favorite destinations and species, to travel stories … more →
There are a few trips that I am going to take at some point in my life. Being an angler, the destinations have to offer some amazing sights and sounds, as well as some trophy fish. When I lay out a list of the trips that I want to take, 4 of them continuously come out on top. #1 - Alaska - With...[[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
Jess McGlothlin writes about her trusted gear for travel in the field in a recent article for Carryology. “Often travelling to the destinations is half the battle, and my gear needs to be ready to adapt,” writes McGlothlin, “from commercial … more →
Sweden has been chosen as the host nation for the 3rd Hobie Fishing European Championships. The kayak event, sponsored by Lowrance and GoFree, will take place on Lake Mjörn in the country’s west coast region, where anglers will target pike, perch and zander. “Sweden’s extraordinary potential as one of Europe’s greatest angling destinations was the […]The post Sweden set to host third Hobie Euro Championship appeared first on Angling International.
Kirk Deeter writes about what makes a great year on the water, and it’s not always in the number of fish caught. “It is about the miles you roll, the waters you see, and, most important, the people with whom … more →
We are approached with new destinations on a regular basis. Often it is a case of evaluating whether it suits our market whilst also cutting through the marketing to unveil the true potential of what’s on offer. This is very much a case of separating the wheat from the chaff.Once in a while we come [...]
The Nubian flats might just be one of the most exciting saltwater destinations to appear since the birth of the outer islands in the Seychelles. After a second full season the guides are slowly discovering more and more about this unique fishery and although this season was plagued by some strong wind the season as [...]