The grayling has long been know as ‘The Lady of the Stream’. From an artistic point or poetic point of view, this ia a very apt name and far be it from me to be critical of intended compliments to the grayling.Grayling….Reg Righyni, 1968.
The Slidingstream fly fishing blog features a series of articles about fly fishing for Grayling. Read, learn and enjoy about the pleasures and joys of fishing for the “Lady of the Stream” the Grayling. Articles range from the tying of tradition grayling patterns such as classic dry flies, weighted nymphs and north country wet flies. To thoughts on classic literature and flyfishing techniques for this most beautiful of fish. So, Kick your heels back and read a series of flytying articles that share information, tips and techniques about all aspects of flyfishing for grayling. Absorbing blog articles about the art of fly fishing for Grayling.
Autumn Grayling Black Magic Spider Brook and River Trouting Brown Owl Catskill Dry Flies Crimson Waterhen Dark Needle Dark Snipe & Purple Dry Fly Edmonds & Lee Fishing In Northern Streams Flytying flytying materials Gayle's Heather Fly George Morrel Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Grayling Flies Hare's Lug & Plover Herbert Palmer Joan Wulff John Atherton March Brown Spider Nicholas Fitton North Country Spiders Pearsall's Silk Preben Torp Jacobsen Quill Gordon Reg Righyni Richard Clapham Romilly Fedden smoke fly Snipe Snipe and Purple Split Cane Rods Spring Olive Sunshine and The Dry Fly Treacle Parkin Upstream Wet Fly vintage flytying Waterhen Bloa Wharfedale Trout Flies William Baigent William Brumfitt Winter Brown Woodcock Hackles