Wind lanes or scum lines are one of the most productive places to catch trout on lakes and reservoirs.
The Sunray Competition Float fly line features a new overhang marker which makes long-distance casting much easier.
We fish the Fur and Feather at Ellerdine Lakes, visit a chilly Welsh Dee and take trips to Llandegla and Tan-y-Mynydd.
Fulling Mill World Class V2 Fluorocarbon is the new and improved version of this popular budget tippet and leader material. It's now a bit stronger for its diameter in some sizes and seems to be just as reliable.
The new Guideline LPS Euro Nymphing fly rod range are mid-priced rods aimed at French, Czech and Polish nymph fishing on rivers. They're stylish, well-made, lightweight and very good fun to use and make a great first rod if you're looking to get into river nymphing.
We fish for grayling on the River Dee, go pike fly fishing on the canal and take a few trips to our favourite winter fly fishing venue Ellerdine Lakes in Shropshire.
The Greys GS net is a simple, no-frills landing net which comes with knotless mesh and a removable landing net pole. It's a good choice if you're on a budget and need a large net to cope with bigger trout.
Greys Prodigy Mini Forceps are basic forceps ideal for fly fishing. They've got comfy handles, work well and seem fairly well made.
Orvis Comfy Grip Nippers are well made, easy to use with cold or wet hands and have a razor-sharp cutting edge for neatly cutting line.
Matt and George both lose salmon on the River Dee and fish at Llandega and Ellerdine Lakes but heavy rain and flooding stop the fun.