People & Places
www.lostandfounduk.uk Vintage fishing tackle, furniture, industrial, reclaimed, rediscovered spaced oddities, phased hits, cult classics and all things weird and wonderful
http://www.danieldavidson.co.uk/ Artist & Illustrator Daniel Davidson is always cooking up something inspiring and creative. Our collaboration on the book is its beating heart – his website shows the extent of his talent and his verve.
Ribblesdale Angling Association
http://www.ribblesdaleangling.co.uk/ – Fantastic game fishing club with some wonderful waters on the Ribble, & Hodder. What is most apparent with RAA is the depth of knowledge and experience that the club offers all game anglers. The club has been established since 1932 and has a real active interest of the Ribble catchment and its upkeep. I’m very proud to be the secretary.
Caught By The River
http://www.caughtbytheriver.net/ – A quite brilliant site dedicated to lots of eclectic and essential things; focusing on time and living slow – featuring music, art, literature, and glorious meanderings.
http://fallonsangler.net/ – Is a wonderful independent angling quarterly dedicated to writing about fishing ( it’s a simple concept that the mainstream seem to have lost ). Each issue is full of insight and hidden gems – a true pleasure to read.
Eat Sleep Fish
http://eat-sleep-fish.co.uk/ Brilliant and free independent not for profit online magazine. Full of varied articles on fly fishing by some superb contributors.
http://www.spintec.co.uk/ – Without doubt the Rolls Royce of lures, spoons and spinners – I’ve been catching salmon on Spintec lures for over twenty years. Father and son team Morris and Howard Clarkson use the best components and offer the widest range. If you are ever near their unit in Ribchester, Lancashire then treat yourself to a visit and you will be amazed, – but if distance is a factor – fear not, as they frequently ship all over the world.
https://www.tedcarter.co.uk/ – A lovely tackle shop – expert advice extensive stock & knowledgeable staff, established for fifty years and always worth a visit.