Fishing for a world record

Here's a fun video covering Marathon Man's (Jeff Kolodzinski) attempt at beating his own world record for catching the most fish in a 24 hour period. Wonder if there is a record for doing this on the fly too? Hmmmm!? ... Full story

World record bass moves a step closer

Documentation for a much talked about 22 lb 4 oz largemouth bass, caught from Japan’s largest lake in July, has arrived into the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) headquarters for world record recognition. ... Full story

Salmon Give Canada-Bound Fishermen Run For Their Money

Despite low salmon numbers in many North American fishing areas, Canadian salmon fishing had a strong finish to a great season. ... Full story

"The Real Spanish Fly" - Ringing the Bells!

We are pleased to welcome a new columnist to Fish&Fly. Jose H. Weigand is a guide and fishing TV presenter in his native Spain and will be writing a series of articles titled "The Real Spanish Fly". ... Full story

FISH&FLY Magazine changes hands - podcast

Tom Pero, Editor of Fish & Fly Magazine, and Richard Hewitt, Chairman of Fish and Fly Ltd, discuss the news of the merger between their companies (originally broadcast November 17, 2008). ... Full story

World record beating brown trout caught in USA

While not caught on the fly, this news is too spectacular not to share.... ... Full story

Fishing movie hits Hollywood!

"Bass: The Movie" will premiere in Hollywood, California, on Saturday, October 17th, at the Pacific Design Center's SilverScreen Theater. ... Full story

Saltwater expert Andy Mill joins Hardy

Andy Mill, the most successful Tarpon Tournament angler in the world, has joined the team at Hardy as the Head of Saltwater tackle product development. ... Full story

Trout Unlimited campaign benefits from Chota donation

Chota Outdoor Gear have announced that they have set aside a portion of their 2009 RockLoc wading boot profits for Trout Unlimited's Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness campaign. ... Full story

Hardy Classic LRH Lightweight Fly Rod - the review!

I have never hankered after owning a Hardy rod . . . . . a reel perhaps? Therefore the chance to test this "Classic" rod was the perfect opportunity to see what I may have been missing. ... Full story

Tying the Black and Peacock Spider

This multipurpose fly was made popular just after the 2nd world war by Tom Ivens. Despite its age it’s still as relevant today as it was back then. ... Full story