The Understated Midge


Most fly fishers’ will no doubt be buoyed on by rumours of Large dark olives and March browns as the season gets underway. Understandably these hatches are highly coveted as the appearance of such flies often makes the difference between success and failure. Given that upwing nymphs prefer dull, wet days for emerging, dry fly enthusiasts are likely to be pray for rain too.






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What is Poplin?


Written by: Jodie Lindop


Whether or not you can describe the unique properties of poplin, there’s no doubt you’re familiar with the fabric. Poplin is popular, and for good reason: sometimes called tabinet, the fabric is durable, yet soft to the touch, and exceptionally versatile.






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