Posts Tagged ‘Dave Wiltshire’

A Job ‘Dun’ Well- by Dave Wiltshire

A Job ‘Dun’ Well- by Dave Wiltshire

Dave Wiltshire offers some great information on duns. Not only how to tie them, but also why they are tied a certain way and when to fish them. Dave shows “the blue-print for any fully emerged up-wing: change the colour and size to suit the natural.”

Brassed Off by Dave Wiltshire

Brassed Off by Dave Wiltshire

Love it or hate it, the inevitable need to go deeper and find the fish, is married with the arrival of colder (and often wetter) weather.  Whilst it may not be the dry-fly fishers’ idea of fun, big and heavy, lead-packed nymphs are often the answer.  Fished in a variety of styles, they can be […]

The Foundations of Tying Spiders by Dave Wiltshire

The Foundations of Tying Spiders by Dave Wiltshire

variation1 How many times have you been asked to consider the question ‘What is your favourite fly?’ An impossible one to answer because it depends on so many factors. My favourite fly is the one that best matches the fish’s food type at the specific time; obviously the one that will catch the fish. That’s a cheating answer though I suppose. However, there is another way to look at the posed question. ‘Which fly would you least want to be without?’

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