Fishing for Wildies
Andrew Davis carefully plays a true wild carp in the stunning Welsh hills.
Nice chub sir!
A nice chub caught by Jeff Tucker on his Avocet.
David (Hartington) Preece
I am penning this note to say how delighted I am with the latest edition in my rapidly expanding Andrew Davis rod collection. Whilst it goes without saying that your coarse rods are superb this new Bentley Book fly rod is just exquisite. I thought I could never be as pleased with another rod as I was with my Lucky Strike but this Fly rod excels in every respect. It is not only beautifully finished the action is fabulous, making even my attempts to put a fly on the nose of a wild trout look like an expert. I used it on the Derbyshire Wye on quite a blustery day and even with a difficult wind the 4# line cut through and the fly landed just about where I wanted more times than not. Whilst I am waffling on about action I still love the slow powerful strokes of the Dove another amazing Andrew Davis creation
So thank you Andrew for a real treasure, your attention to detail and craftsmanship are unsurpassed.David (Hartington) Preece - Golden Scale Club -
Wild carp in the Welsh hills
They may be small, but they are truly wild
Andy Batchelors Trent barbel
The first to be caught on Andy's new Andrew J Davis Avocet.
Tench on Wizard
Michael Erends tench caught on a Wizard.
Common carp caught on cane
A nice common carp caught using a cane stalking rod and Mitchell reel combination.
Waiting for action
A classic combination of cane stalking rod coupled to a Mitchell reel, waiting for carp.