OK we all know what a vital
source of information the web has become. Whether you
are looking for a good fly fishing instructor (that's
us!) or you are planning a holiday, whether you are
researching your family history or purchasing a book;
the web has all the answers and it is the first place
most of us now turn to. But what did people do before
the World Wide Web.
Well there was an even
earlier web that fly fisherman for generations have
been referring to and that is what this page is all
about. I am of course referring to the spider's webs
that line the banks of our waterways and provide us
with a huge insight into what has been happening in
We will bring you photos
from week to week to let you know what is turning up
on the banks of our rivers even though we may not have
been there to see it ourselves (we are but three mortals
and cannot be everywhere at once!).
Hopefully this will arm
people with a little more info and also result in more
of you regularly checking the the grass and streamside
foliage to see what has indeed been hatching over the
previous hours/days. This indispensable tool/technique
is something that all of us fly fishers should be using
whenever we hit the water.
I hope you enjoy this new
addition to the site. And if you don't like spiders
please do not go any further down this page.