Iceland is a mecca for fly fishing with the downside that it has become a bit crowded in recent years. But there are still places off the beaten track.
In the last years, many fly fishermen tend to prefer exotic waters to their home waters. Or at least they try to plan a fly fishing trip to remote destinations.>>
When it comes to fly fishing in Michigan, many anglers are drawn to Lake Michigan tributaries along the western side of the Lower Peninsula.
Midwest fishermen typically take a summer break from trout fishing during the warm dog days of July and August.
The colorful old timers are long gone, but the big trout remain.
Lochs, lochs and more lochs. There are over 800 lochs on South Uist and Benbencula, two windswept islands off the coast of Scotland.
There are fly fishing lodges and then there are hotels with a connection to fly fishing – enter Troutbeck, NY.
If you ask any Atlantic salmon angler about their favourite place to pursue this majestic fish, Norway is certainly going to be high up on their list.
Montana is known for its endless skies, friendly people, national parks, and miles of publicly accessible fishing waters.
Sea trout is one of the hardest species to consistently catch on the fly. Sure you can get lucky but in the long run you will have to put in a lot of hard work.