In a world of fly fishing dominated by flashy pictures, a book like Thomas McGuane’s classic “The Longest Silence” offers a chance to experience fly fishing in a different way.
A classic English chalk stream feeds the lake of this modern wooden fishing house by Niall McLaughlin Architects.
In his book The Eyes of the Skin architect Juhani Pallasmaa explains the necessity of integrating all five senses to feel connected.
Japanese designer Tokihito Yoshida on fly fishing, craftsmanship, British heritage and his cooperation with Barbour.
Swedish architect Christian Hörgren turned a passion into a proper side job, becoming a rod builder. His glass fiber rods are valued from the US to Japan.
The season to catch an Atlantic salmon is short. A Celebration of Salmon Rivers is a beautiful way to take a fishing trip in your mind until the rod is back in your hand.
A comfortable fly fishing cabin for outings on the Sol Duc River near Seattle.
“An old raincoat brought back to life – homage to a grand dad, and the quest for life.” A raincoat can be more than just a functional item, just like anything else can be more than ordinary. >>