News & Reports
West Ranga River, Iceland - Hosted trip report by Charlie White
The West Ranga is the most prolific river in Iceland – sounds straightforward when you read it but it is when conditions are at their toughest that this fact really comes into its own.
Yokanga Season Report 2018
The 2018 season has seen the Yokanga perform at its very best. The spring melt arrived at exactly the normal time and with snow levels within normal parameters, the season panned out precisely as it should.
Varzuga Season Report 2018
2018 will not go down as one of our more stellar years but finding reasons as to why that should be the case may be harder than it looks, although being fishermen, it will not stop us trying!
A great start for the Yokanga
The Yokanga is off to a fantastic start, with the biggest fish caught so far weighing in at 36.5lbs...
Umba River Video
Please enjoy our latest short video made this September on the Umba River, Russia...
Salmon within a short drive of London
Our good friends at Upstream Dryfly, who take great care of our clients looking to book individual rod days on the chalkstreams, have let us know that they have some rare space...
The second of two short films made in the highlands back in August showcasing the fabulous Kildonan estate...
Umba End of Week Update
Just a short update to my report from last week on the Umba...
Umba Trip Report
Call me fickle but I have found a new favourite river and it's also knocked my favourite river on the Kola peninsula off the top spot too.
The Umba Season starts to Fire
After a difficult two weeks, the season on the Umba is now really beginning to pick up. It is very hard to know if this delay is because of unusually high water, an extraordinary and unexplained influx of pinks or simply that the whole of the Kola appears to be running later than normal – or a combination of all three?