Fishing Videos

Fly Fishing Line Choice – Thoughts from a World Champion

As a request by many, after our last video where former Fly Fishing World Champion shared his best teams of flies and thoughts behind using them, Rusell Owen is back to discuss more in-depth behind his choosing of fly fishing lines and how he uses them. Feel free to let us know in the comments what topics you would like us to explore and discuss in future videos. These lines are available at


At a height of 1,200 feet, the 920 acre Llyn Brenig is recognised as one of the best top-of-the-water fisheries in the UK. The most anticipated hatches by anglers on Llyn Brenig is the Bibio Marci / Heather Fly which typically hatches during the months of July and August. Wayne Jones takes to the banks of Llyn Brenig in search of the infamous Heather Fly Fishing experience. If you would like a guided session on Llyn Brenig please contact

Head ranger Gazza Dixon fishing dry flies at Llyn Clywedog

Head ranger Gazza Dixon testing the Loop 7X 10-foot 7 WT fly rod and the Loop Oti still water line at Llyn Clywedog. A day of free rising fish and a great day to test the Loop 7X. This rod is very light for a 7 wt and extremely accurate. Having used this rod with fast sinking lines and knowing the power it has I was interested to see how it would handle dry fly fishing all day from a drifting...

Chasing Welsh Gold – Fly Fishing in the MOUNTAINS

Wild mountain fishing for wild brown trout in the Snowdonia national park. The forgotten mountain lakes in North Wales offer serine natural vistas with exceptional fly fishing and reasonable access for a true wilderness experience. Targeting free rising wild brown trout across the large 24 acres lake. Taking a roving approach travelling light to cover all the water employing the traditional method of cast and walk, proved to be a great method to catch these fish. The second lake is much...

How to tie ‘The Fly Shop’s’ Candy Booby with Sunburst Straggle Throat

Description by Wayne Jones I am not sure where this come from Gareth Jones from Airflo I think. Its great addition to the candy booby and works really on the hang when fished on the top dropper. I can really see why this is so effective on the hang it just has lots going on. It is easy to see why so many competition anglers have these types of fly in their arsenal. You wont regret adding a few...

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