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Horse pee and salmon fishing – The Telegram

March 31st, 2014 | by

On the banks of the majestic River Erne, in the northwest of Ireland, Ballyshannon is one of the oldest and earliest settled towns on the entire Emerald Isle. It is also home to one of the oldest, and longest enduring fly-tying establishments on planet Earth. For about 170 years the firm of Rogan designed and dressed flies for the most distinguished and accomplished anglers in the world. The Rogans started tying flies in 1833 and quickly established a solid reputation, built on tradition, quality, innovation and most, importantly, attention to detail. The art of tying salmon flies evolved and blossomed through five generations of the family, male and female alike…..

The Telegram 28/03/2014 Read the article ‘Horse pee and salmon fishing

The salmon fly has captivated anglers and tyers for centuries. — Photo by Paul Smith Special to The Telegram

The salmon fly has captivated anglers and tyers for centuries. — Photo by Paul Smith Special to The Telegram


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