Fly Fishing for brown trout on small streams

One of the most luring things about a blog is its design and how well maintained it is, here’s one which I found pretty interesting.

The blog consists of Richard Barrett writing a daily diary on his ventures to the small streams around England. Posting quality pictures and updates of his days on the bank, Richard lets in on some of his most successful dry fly patterns and techniques of how to catch those unsuspecting trout. His knowledge and understanding of the small streams provides a good read for the small stream addict or the hardened reservoir fisher. His tips on fishing the Dry fly could help you catch your personal best  trout or grayling!

Richards blog shows dedication and perseverance to the sport and willingness to share his ability and experiences with others. Keep an eye out on the blog for some tackle  reviews, the most recent being one of our own Airflo fly lines.

Here’s the link –


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Kieron Jenkins

About Kieron Jenkins

Born and raised on the rivers and lakes of south Wales, Kieron Jenkins won his first cap at the age of nine, fishing for the Welsh Youth International team. He has gone on to prove himself as one of the leading competition anglers of his generation, both on the river and also the stillwater scene. Specialising in nymph and dry fly fishing in the small streams and larger, freestone rivers of South Wales, he’s also a highly respected and innovative fly tier. Kieron regularly contributes quality features to online and printed game fishing publications. When he’s not fly fishing, kieron is digital marketing manager at Fulling Mill.