Here we bring you a new blog post with some of the upcoming 2018 Guideline products -the updated Experience Sonic TiZip Wader and the relief for sore backs, the Experience Support Belt. Experience Sonic TiZip Wader For season 2018 we have updated our Experience Sonic TiZip Wader so they now take advantage of “no stitch” Ultra […]
By Kalle Grahn – Guideline Power Team Sweden End of season is the beginning of a new one – it all depends on the way you see things. But for all of us salmon and seatrout junkies its nevertheless a long long wait of dark winter, occasionally endured with flytying, maintenance, movies and talks. But there […]
Text & images by Calle Lundqvist Guideline Power Team member Calle Lundqvist here follows up his blog post from earlier this summer with a Part 2 about the importance of Timing. Fish smart and plan your time by the river to get the best chance of hooking into a solid Baltic chrome salmon. If being by river […]
In the last issue of Swedish webmag Fly Only you can read an article from last year when we fished the opening days of river Laerdal in western Norway. In Swedish language but plenty of images from the trip.
We got some nice images and text from carp angler Jamie Sandford from the UK. Jamie says – ´I started fly fishing for carp here in the U.K. like most using deer hair patterns and various other imitations on the surface some years ago. Through YouTube and various books I took an interest in how […]
Images & word by Lewis Hendrie – Guideline Power Team UK. I’ve not long been with Guideline but I honestly feel it’s one of the best moves I’ve made within my fly fishing career. The growth of the brand across Europe and the forward movement of the new product range see an exciting future ahead […]
Our annual trip to fish the Rio Grande was again upon us, I had spoken to the guides and to Jim Curry “ GUIDELINE UK “ who had fished the first week on the river and both said that the river was low and clear, even lower than last year but our head guide Federico […]
Text & images by Alex Jardine. This summer has seen exceptionally little rainfall in Iceland, an odd occurrence in a country where the saying goes “if you don’t like the weather just wait five minutes”. The lack of rain has left the salmon rivers steadily dropping throughout the prime July runs, and made me nervous […]