Want to learn more about your chosen hobby? Want to learn about other aspects of
the sport of angling? Then you have come to the right place. The Complete Fisher
web site caters for game, coarse and sea anglers, there is something here for everyone!
Looking for some fly tying inspiration? Then take a look at our fly database, you’re
sure to find something that will suit your needs.
from the fly database
Or if you want further fly tying advice or instruction, then check out our detailed
step by step page. Here you will find a lot of popular patterns, all described in
easy step by step stages.
Thinking of buying a large arbour, cartridge spool fly reel?
Do you know the difference between maggots, pinkies or squatts? Want to know how
to produce your own casters? For this and lots more bait information see our informative
coarse bait guide.
Do your attempts at making boilies often fail? It’s not the dark art some make it
out to be, get the low down on proper, concise boilie construction and improve your
Bill Livingston with an immaculate Redmire carp. Read the account of his amazing
week at the legendary Redmire Pool
Fancy having a go at salt water fly fishing? It’s probably one of the biggest growth
areas in angling at the current time. Find out a lot more in our comprehensive salt
water fly fishing article
We also have a good photo gallery with some very good pictures of ourforum members
catches and some pictures from forum socials. We have an active chat room, (for forum
members) and we run various fly swaps and some competitions on the forum too, why
not have a look in and join up, it’s free and simple to do.
If you have some material or an article you would like us to add to the site then
use the form on the contact us page to get in touch.
Fly caught Chub
Talybont Social. River Usk
Have you ever wondered what fly anglers are talking about when they talk of Dry Flies,
Lures, Nymphs or Buzzers?
It will all become clear when you read our Fly Type article.
Are you interested in catching large carp on the fly?
The Flexi Stripper is an interesting concept from Denmark which follows on from the
more traditional stripping basket. It has no sides to hold the line in, rather it
uses soft, flexible spikes to keep the line on.... READ MORE
The JRC STi bivvy is one of the most sturdy bivvies on the market. I had the bivvy
out in gale force winds last Winter which took trees down. I was bivvied up with
no protection from the wind and the bivvy stood very solid............. READ MORE
A t £18.99 for 100 yards, the Orvis Grand Max Riverge is certainly not the cheapest
flurocarbon on the market but there are situations when it will significantly increase
your chances of catching more fish..READ MORE