Doomed in the Glen!
There is a Glen in the Isle of Man called Dhoon Glen. It has some stunning waterfalls but also hellishly steep paths down to the beach at the bottom. It has been a while since I got out for a walk (...)
Don't let it sink!
I've had a bit of a sort out and filled a box with some more traditional wet and dry flies. The thinking was that the Japanese Kebari, with the forward hackles, have a long history. What about (...)
Searching for Silver
"Where have I not fished for a while?" This was the question that I pondered while sitting at my desk tying a few flies. The Isle of Man has a wealth of rivers with easy access. The problem is (...)
Onwards to the Hills
I opened the season in Glen Maye. The River continues to to Glen Rushen before disappearing into the hills. I really do like the stretch of river below the Rushen mines for Tenkara fishing. The (...)
Opening Season 2016- Glen Maye
Opening day was the day before but the constant rain and flooded rivers really didn't make it an option to make a start. Saturday was forecast as a much better day. Overnight rain and showers in (...)