The new look to your salmon fly from Caledonia Fly Company. We have over 539 Continue reading
These new dry fly bungs are designed for Stillwater fishing. The designer David Johnson from Peaks Flyfishing company in England. His fly fishing friends were always saying that the Klink & Dink patterns were always being pulled under because they wanted to hang three nymphs/buzzers below. Yet they still wanted an indicator fly to have a realistic impression in the surface film. So David designed a fail safe dry fly with an impressive forehead on it and named it the Ressi Dink. We at Caledonia Fly Company have put three patterns on barbless hooks, Big Red, Olive and Black Ressi Dink all in a size 12.
We would like to invite you to look at our 2019 online brochure and peruse though the largest collection of the finest quality Salmon, Trout, Sea Trout, Carp, Pike, Mullet and Saltwater patterns in the UK.
We have added 104 new patterns for you and we hope these new patterns increase you sport though out the season.
This can be viewed on any PC, Tablet or media device where ever you are in the world. If you like a few of our patterns please go to our “where to buy link” and find one of our fantastic stockest that will be too willing to help you.
Wishing you all a fantastic season form the Caledonia Fly Company.
Here is some terrific action of Andrew from the House of Bruar playing a Springer on the Tummel. Fly was the Floyds Monkey which does rather well for anglers in the spring. There are two fish off the Newtyle beat today which is great news as they will be more fish heading up to the Tummel.
You may not always land the fish but the excitement is clear to see when you hook up on a Caledonia Fly.
With water due to rise this week and the gru hopefully melted, the fishing will start even though the rivers have been open. The water is going to be extremely cold and fish will Continue reading
Well we are still on low water conditions on many rivers and I am sure there will be Continue reading
You can’t fish too small a fly for salmon in low water conditions. You look at the the vast Continue reading