I owe the loyal and devoted readers of this blog, few in number though you may be, an apology. You have blessed me with your undivided attention and readership. In return, I’ve neglected you, distracted from blog writing by the lure of hours on the riverbank, under a hide, up a high seat or in […]
Tag Archive: seatrout
One of the joys of sport is the common bond with strangers, even when there is a language barrier. I’ve spent many hours in bars and lodges furthering foreign relations by playing the ‘I’ll show you mine if you show me yours game’. After all, we’re bound to have kit or kit envy in common, […]
Sewin, herling, finnock, whitling, sprod, peal or truff, whatever name you know them by, we’re smack dab in the middle of sea trout season. For those of you unfamiliar with them or for anyone reading from America (outside Europe and the native range of Salmo trutta), these are sea run brown trout.