Here in the UK we have been in the midst of lockdown for 4 long weeks now. Depending how you see it, we've been blessed with superb weather for the duration so far. These conditions in the peak of spring will normally leave me itching to get out on the banks of my local rivers... Continue Reading →
This Summer I set out on a journey that would be truly pivotal in my life, experiencing a country I would fall in love with, no doubt visiting for many years to come along with experiencing the true thrill of exploratory fishing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dauQdkzby8&t=13s It all started when, as I mentioned in a previous post. I... Continue Reading →
With May having arrived in all its summer goodness bringing with it the drawn out evenings and reason to sacrifice sleep in the dedication to catching sea trout. To put things lightly it has been a slow and tough start to the season. Brief rises through out April saw the Welsh rivers of the Tawe,... Continue Reading →
An interesting session and growing passion for fly fishing leaves Nathaniel questioning why is he not salt water fly fishing for Bass?
Last season was an unusual one for the sea trout angler here in Wales. With the rivers incredibly low from May through till August companioned with high temperatures. This left the sea trout that were present reflecting the conditions in a stubborn and lethargic attitude. This called for a very simplistic and pleasurable approach to... Continue Reading →
They say that if you ever want to really succeed at something then all other distractions need to be put aside and that one ambition completely focused on. Well I think it is fair to say that as of late this has been completely true of my pursuit for Sea Trout...countless hours have been tallied... Continue Reading →
Firstly, my reason for a lack of updates the last two weeks has been because of university exams...yes the dreaded summer peril! What has been worse though is the determined pursuits I have been devoting myself to while targeting Sea Trout, or Sewin as we proudly call them in Wales - "the silver one" at... Continue Reading →