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Latest News from the Devon School of Fly Fishing

Devon fly fishing

June 23rd, 2017 by petesblog

The river is low but the fish have still been biting. Caddis and midges are main items on the menu right now.

Devon Fly Fishing

June 11th, 2017 by petesblog

The mayfly are still hatching and the fish are taking them. There are some sea trout on the hotel water too. Call us for up to date info!

Devon Fly Fishing

June 6th, 2017 by petesblog

Another salmon has been caught on the Fox and Hounds water and the sea trout are starting to arrive. It’s getting exciting!

Devon Fly Fishing

May 27th, 2017 by petesblog

The mayfly are hatching, the sea trout are starting to appear and there are even a few salmon on the Fox and Hounds water. It’s all happening!

Devon Fishing guide

May 17th, 2017 by petesblog

Sea trout are starting to be caught on the Taw and so if you’d like a guided sea trout session be sure to get in touch. We offer guiding on a hourly basis and fit it around how long you’d like to fish for.

Devon Fly Fishing

May 9th, 2017 by petesblog

Are you ready? The mayfly are just starting to appear in small numbers but the hatch is only going to start building and it won’t be long until the fish get “locked on” to them.

Fly Fishing in Devon

May 2nd, 2017 by petesblog

We’ve had some much needed rain to freshen the water up and to hopefully send some salmon our way. The dry fly fishing has been outstanding of late with fish rising to olives. Be sure to scan the water and look for the rise!

Fly Fishing Devon

April 28th, 2017 by petesblog

We’ve had great fun targeting fish rising to olives the last few days. I can’t remember such great early season hatches.

Devon Fly Fishing

April 26th, 2017 by petesblog

The weather has been either warm or cold so it has made the fishing mixed. That having been said we have been catching some nice trout on dry flies!

Devon Fly Fishing

April 20th, 2017 by petesblog

A few more salmon have come off of the river mainly on the middle sections. No real signs of sea trout although a few have been caught at the very bottom of the river.