Blogs I Like……


Some blogs about fly fishing are easy to find, some (like trout) lie hidden.  Some are little gems.  Some are the musings of the enthusiast, some are sophisticated and more commercial.  Some are updated regularly, some are not.

Here are those I have found and particularly enjoy.  If you find others, please let me know.  

Troutbitten  American – lot’s of variety and information.

The Hopelessly Optimistic Angler   Great title, stories and photographs from enthusiast Simon.

Sussex Trout Fishing   Fishing on the river Rother with Nigel (and he drives a Defender!).

Land of my Fathers…a fishermans journey  A great journal of Tony’s exploits in Wales.

Piscari-fly   Lots of information, much more than a blog.

The Outside Bend   More from the US and such a different fishing experience to my own.

Fly&Lure   Not really a blog, but so much information. Something for everyone.

The Flee & Float   A lovely site from George, including beautiful floats!

Brooks and Becks   A great site focused on North Yorkshire.

Yorkshire Fly Fishing   Another great read from a long established blog.

TroutStone    A general fishing website rather than trout blog, lots of excellent information

Northern Fly   Less frequent updates but stylish!

Dry Fly ‘Expert’   One of my favourites, so much information.

Trout On Dries   Another US blog – simple with beautiful photography from Bob

928 Fly Tying   Broad and interesting content from the South West USA

In Search Of Trout   Fly fishing in Derbyshire, Staffordshire and beyond…

Small Stream Reflections   Beautiful photographs and thoughts from Connecticut


Mr Notherone






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