The giant Salmonflies of the Western mountains are legendary for their proclivity to elicit consistent dry-fly action and ferocious strikes.
im from another country and a different planet- planet trout. haha
hey there, thanks for the reply, im from northeast england, i started with my mate on stillwaters for rainbows and whenever work is shy i fish my local river for grayling and brown trout.had a nice rainbow the other week- 8lb on a black blakestone buzzer size 14,was well chuffed!haha, from leighton resorvoir, 105 acres it is.my river the tees is ok and even gets a salmon run. iv fished for carp since being a boy but now iv got the fly BUG, iv emptied the library and bought a good few books too. you only get out what you put into anything! best fish to date from the river was a beautiful brownie approx 18-20 inch, but the mate i started with was telling me 5-8 inch was the norm in this river for fly, its good for chub and barbel. wot about you? same questions,look forward to hearing from you
yeeeeeeeeeeeeha, it came this morning and only ordered on wednesday at 4.30pm. absolutely over the moon with it!
like your phrase of the watched pot!hahaha.
what type do you tie then?
how much you pay to fish in us?
for what bag limit?
are the streams and brooks free for you guys?
ho? what do you mean?
I think I broke my record with that one.