SEAL'S FUR NYMPH
Dick Wigram and Roy Kirk gave Australia the Seal's Fur Nymph but there were
others who took it a step further. Read more.....
For fishing on evening on just about any stream in Australia, this is one of
the most effective fly patterns to use.
As Spring progresses, insect hatches will become more
important to the trout and the angler.
When it comes to termites, the
late Warryn Germon had it all worked out.
THE LAST YETI
Mick Hall reflects on some significant flies in his collection
The adult Mayfly is without question one of the most imitated insects of
them all. It is the only insect that emerges twice. Read
The Kossie Dun, a true Australian icon. Its history and a new species?
See it to believe it.
Mick takes advantage of the re-emergence of an old favourite moth.
Mick remembers a top fly now that the tying materials are more readily
COPPER JOHN VARIANT
Mick goes to New Zealand to discover variants
developed by Jim Cree in Lilydale, Australia.....
Mick Hall & Philip Bailey talk about Oliver Kite and
report on a variation to his fly, the Imperial...
The Full Story
The WG has gone crazy again, as it did last
year. Here are some answers.....
THE RUBY BUG
Mick tells a story of two flies, both featuring a touch of orange
and the effect it can have on our trout....
Read about the origin of the "Tups"
- an interesting story. Tying notes.
THE PRINCE NYMPH
Mick looks at a fly pattern that is frequently overlooked by