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Latest News from the Devon School of Fly Fishing

Devon Fly Fishing

May 1st, 2016 by petesblog

Warmer temps are on their way and we’re looking for more rising trout!

Devon Fly Fishing

April 28th, 2016 by petesblog

The cool starts of the last few days has meant that dry fly fishing has been slower to get going. The hatches are pushed back a little but we’ve been catching fish on dries as late as 5pm.

Devon Fishing Guide

April 27th, 2016 by petesblog

Well, it’s been a busy few weeks. The trout are rising but the recent cold snap has meant we have had to work a little harder for the fish. There are the odd salmon around too!

Devon Fishing guide

April 23rd, 2016 by petesblog

We are starting to catch more fish on dries as we have had good hatches of large dark olives and grannom.

Fly Fishing in Devon

April 18th, 2016 by petesblog

Our fly fishing day was a huge success with 50 attendees. The day covered hints, trick and tips for the newcomer to fly fishing up to the advanced. Huge thanks to Charles Jardine for coming along and making the day so special!

Devon Fly Fishing

April 16th, 2016 by petesblog

Recent rain has had little effect on the river but we are hearing of more salmon being caught farther down the river. They’re heading our way!

Westcountry Fishing Day

April 14th, 2016 by petesblog

We are really looking forward to the Westcountry Fly Fishing day this Sunday. Hope to see you there!

Devon Fly Fishing

April 13th, 2016 by petesblog

We’re really looking forward to the Westcountry fly fishing day this Sunday. If you’re coming we look forward to seeing you there!

Devon Fishing Guide

April 12th, 2016 by petesblog

Great to see some fish rising in good numbers yesterday. They were on grannom and olive duns

Devon Fly Fishing Guide

April 10th, 2016 by petesblog

It has been a busy time on the water and we have been catching fish. Most have come to nymphs but the hatches of insects are getting heavier and it won’t be long before trout are starting to look at dry flies!