Angling classics – Expert angler Ray Baker show us how to catch Pike using the fly. The Primeval Pike DVD: This Pike has been around for over 60 million years. The Primeval Pike DVD gives us a historical perspective on the fish and looks at pike biology and behaviour. Dedicated pike anglers show us their most successful baiting methods and we are treated to the joy of watching them land pike after pike of all sizes. *Highly acclaimed angler and presenter Andy Nicholson joins forces with The British Museum and fellow expert anglers Ray Baker, Dr. Bruno Broughton, Martyn Page, Vic ‘the Rig’ Bellars and Max Cottis to raise the profile of this ancient species and to make a compelling case for treating the pike with care and respect
Angling classics – Andy Nicholsan and James Waltham catch Grayling on the Morning Star fly. The Game Fly DVD: The combined talent of angling journalists and friends Andy Nicholson and James Waltham offers the fly-fisherman a game angling cornucopia. James applies himself to the task of creating new patterns in fly-tying and shows step by step how you can tie them for yourself. *Andy travels the length and breadth of the country to test out the flies accompanied by various fishing companions including Ray Baker, who takes Andy to the rainbow trout of Packington and Chris Ogbourne, who charms the wild brownies out of a chalk stream. Stunning photography both above and below the water’s surface.
Game Angler’s Season DVD: Join us as we journey through a “Game Angler’s Season”. Beautifully shot amid wonderful scenery, this film truly has something for every game angler. The stars in the film are all of the U.K.’s main game species, including wild Brown Trout on a Lakeland tarn, stillwater Rainbow Trout, Wessex Brownies, Salmon and Sea Trout on the famous River Towy, Salmon on Ireland’s renowned River Moy and Grayling on the magnificent Welsh Dee. *All the waters featured are available to everyone without having to pay a king’s ransom for the privilege, proving that the best fishing is not necessarily the most expensive. This is fishing for the common man.
Fishing expert Hugh Falkus looks the first stage of spey casting, making a roll cast. Falkus on fly casting DVD: The Falkus approach to flycasting is unusual. Most anglers consider Spey casting as something to be used only in certain conditions or, more usually, as too difficult to learn easily. Hugh maintained that this is nonsense and that Spey casting had a ‘bad press’. It should be used normally, in place of the overhead cast; for single handed trout rods as well as for salmon and, indeed, for boat fishing as well – and he demonstrates in detail how safe, how simple to learn, and how easy on the angler Spey casting can be.*The effectiveness of his teaching technique can be judged by the fact that the producer of this programme – who had previously avoided the Spey Cast for the reasons above – now uses it regularly as a result of watching the master at work.
When its the closed season and there’s frost cover in your country, don’t worry, all isn’t lost. In the sunny climes of Spain you can still fish for big Pike and Barbel, fly fishing using the dry fly. Escape the cold of winter and try some excellent freshwater fishing in January catching big fish on the fly!! Awesome!!! WWW.FLYFISHINGBARBEL.COM
A fly fishing trip to Argentina to fish for King Salmon on some of the magnificent glacier rivers there. This little known secret is now out and Sport Quest along with their partners can offer you some fantastic, exclusive fishing holidays where you can catch these monster kings. For mor information visit www.sportquestholidays.com
Peter Collingsworth & Jack Simpson go fly fishing in Cuba, on a quest to catch Tarpon. With so many Tarpon being hooked and lost on the same day will Peter get the chance to land the elusive 100lb plus Tarpon he’s been after? Great underwater shots and real heart in your mouth action. More Info
Amazing fishing! 150 Giant Trevally for 6 anglers in 1 week. Watch the new trailer about the opening of Providence Atoll in the Seychelles. After being closed for 5 years Providence Atoll fishery in the Seychelles has reopened and is just alive fish. Three’s not only monster Giant Trevally but 10lb Bonefish, Triggerfish and many more offshore species all to be caught fly fishing. More Info