Last December Twin Peaks Fly Fishing and Speycast Media had the opportunity to fish the Rio Serrano in Southern Patagonia with Rafael from Magallanes Fly Fishing. Valley of the Kings is a film about fly fishing for Chinook salmon in the stunning surroundings of the Torres Del Paine National Park with a great group of … Continued
Author: Jay Bartlett
Loop media team members of Scotland and Sweden unite in the search for big winter Grayling on the small but beautiful River Teviot.
Loop media team members Hooké from Canada travel to Swedish Lapland to team up with Loop Sweden and UK in the search for Baltic Salmon.
Introducing SDS Shooting Heads a brand new multi tip line series in Scandi, Switch and Skagit weights, featuring, running lines, heads, tips and micro tips.
We look back on the 10 best and most memorable salmon from the Loop in 2017, not surprising Iceland, Norway, Russia, Canada and Sweden produced the goods!
Loop Fly Tying team member Denis O’Toole demonstrates 5 fantastic Sea Trout Tube Fly patterns in his 5 part step by step tying series.
Introducing two new models to the Opti Reel range, the Rapid in #6 and Gyre in #11 featuring a new improved drag system capable of tackling even the craziest fish both targeted at large hydrodynamic fresh and saltwater species notorious for long powerful runs. The Gyre will tame and subdue all!
Jay Bartlett ties a Kinermony Killer scandinavian tube fly style for big baltic salmon.
It all began one day when three amigos were crouching behind a 4×4, sheltering from the relentless wind of the Argentinian Steppe on the banks of the Rio Gallegos. Huddling around a maté, sharing the bitter nectar and relishing that brief moment the wind was not pounding your face like a ferocious demon. We … Continued
The ‘Marmite effect’ I still clearly remember the first time I tasted Marmite, and that was about 30 years ago now! We had visitors staying, and over breakfast they produced a small dark glass jar with a bright yellow label. They spread this thick, dark sticky ‘stuff’ over their toast, and consumed it with … Continued