Fishing DVDs


Compleat Angler DVD

The immortal charm of 'The Compleat Angler' has ensured its place in literary history.

Written by Izaak Walton in 1653, it concerns the efforts of an experienced fisherman as he imparts his wisdom to a novice eager to learn. The delightful way in which the lore of the river is conveyed, has made it as popular with lovers of literature, as it is with anglers keen to gain insight from the lifetime's experience of a true master.



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The Game Fly DVD

The combined talent of angling journalists and friends Andy Nicholson and James Waltham offers the fly-fisherman a game angling cornucopia.

James applies himself to the task of creating new patterns in fly-tying and shows step by step how you can tie them for yourself - the Morning Star, the Black Nymph, the Pearly Queen, the Palmered Olive and the Red Devil.



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The Occasional Salmon DVD

The Occasional Salmon is Andy Nicholson's classic programme following his attempts at catching big salmon in Cumberland and the Welsh Marshes. Alternatives to fly-fishing are demonstrated that require dedication but provide results. Advice from ordinary fishermen who make big hauls every year.

Andy Nicholson 90 mins.

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The Enigmatic Sea Trout DVD

Techniques to suit all water conditions are demonstrated for catching sea trout in this great video. The Enigmatic Sea Trout DVD includes a remarkable infra-red sequence of night fly-fishing in which the mystery and excitement of this method are revealed. Filmed exclusively on the beautiful and prolific River Dovey, this film not only entertains and informs, but addresses the very issues that threaten the survival of this the most capricious of our gamefish.

Andy Nicholson 110 mins.

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Falkus On Fly Casting DVD

Hugh Falkus (in Spey casting) 55 mins. The Falkus approach to flycasting is unusual. Most anglers consider Spey casting as something to be used only in certain conditions or, more usually, as too difficult to learn easily. Hugh maintained that this is nonsense and that Spey casting had a 'bad press'.

It should be used normally, in place of the overhead cast; for singlehanded trout rods as well as for salmon and, indeed, for boat fishing as well - and he demonstrates in detail how safe, how simple to learn, and how easy on the angler Spey casting can be.



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