April 25th, 2014

Mackenzie Fly Fishing at The 2014 Sportfish May Show

by LeeB

 

Mackenzie at 2014 ShowWe are delighted to have Scott Mackenzie and his team demonstrating and exhibiting at this year’s Sportfish Show. The Mackenzie Pro Team will be on hand right through the weekend to demonstrate and advise on the best Mackenzie products for your fishing. On their stand will be a full range of these fantastic fly fishing products for you to test & purchase. Read more »

April 14th, 2014

Snowbee Tackle Test Day – Saturday 26th April 2014

by AllanS

 

Snowbee Open DayJoin Simon Kidd and Russell Weston from Snowbee at Sportfish Reading to test their latest tackle at our purpose built tuition centre. Snowbee (UK) Ltd have been in trading in the UK since 1984, and from an initial small range of waders have grown their business to where it is today offering a wide range of increasingly popular fly fishing, sea fishing and general outdoor equipment. Read more »

March 19th, 2014

Salmon Spectacular Weekend 5th & 6th April 2014

by LeeB

 

Salmon WeekendIf you’re interested in salmon fishing, planning a salmon trip at home or abroad or would just like to see some of the world’s best spey casters and fly tiers in action, this is an event not to miss. Visit Sportfish Reading for a full weekend of all things salmon, you will have a chance to test cast the latest tackle with the designers and professional demonstrators on hand to show you how to get the most from it. Read more »

February 27th, 2014

First 2014 Salmon Fly Fishing Course Ends a Success!

by TomF

 

2014 Bywell ReportThe new salmon season has well and truly started; with the first fish of the 2014 season being caught it was time for us to begin our salmon courses. When you choose to run a spring course the venue has to tick four boxes and the Tyne at Bywell certainly does that. Read more »

February 20th, 2014

New Trout Fly Fishing Season, New Beginning… Endless Possibilities!

by JonathanT

 

2014 Tackle Up for TroutAfter what has been about the wettest winter since records began, many hard core fly anglers have been relegated to joining the ranks of “fair weather fisherman”. With seemingly endless rain, many of the stillwaters and especially rivers have been beyond bursting point making them unfishable. A long winter, filled with dark nights spent behind a tying vice have been the only form of salvation in an otherwise miserable period. Read more »