Garrett Fallon travels to the renowned Ashmead Fishery tucked deep into the Somerset Levels. There, in the company of good friends and enormous carp, he ponders the methods and lifestyle choices that have influenced his angling, and whether he might benefit from looking at the water through fresh eyes….
Join Kevin Parr on a warm summer’s evening as he seeks out a tench from a lake deep in the Dorset hills, with a surprise capture or two. Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode 7: A Dorset Tench with Kevin Parr
Join Mark Walsingham as he continues to explore the Ashmead wetlands in Somerset, but this time brings a rod, with an epic result. Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode 6: Ashmead with Mark Walsingham, Part 2
Join Mark Walsingham as he walks us through the dawn chorus at the unique fishery that is Ashmead on the Somerset Levels. Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode 5: Ashmead with Mark Walsingham, Part 1
Garrett Fallon continues to trace the path of the lost River Peck through Peckham Rye Park as it meanders its way through a vibrant ecosystem and a rich history.
Join Garrett Fallon as he follows in the footsteps of history to find the source and trace the path of one of London’s lost rivers, the River Peck. Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode 3: The lost River Peck of London, Part 1
A fascinating interview from Daire Whelan—of podcast Ireland on the Fly—with Tom Fort about his new book, and memories of fly fishing in Ireland with Niall Fallon. (This takes you to an external site–don’t forget to come back.) Listen by clicking here: And purchase a copy of the book here: A full review of Casting […]
Join Kevin Parr as he continues his short stroll by a lake next to his cottage, that nestles deep in a valley in Dorset, and listen as he tries to track down the carp that swim there, Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode 2: The lake at the end of the lane, part 2
Join Kevin Parr as he takes us on a short stroll to a lake next to his cottage, that nestles deep in a valley in Dorset, and listen as he talks us through the local flora and fauna he encounters on his way (click on the orange button below). Fallon’s Angler · Ramble On Episode […]
Our new series, called Short Bites, touches a little more upon specific species and the techniques used to catch them. In this short film, Kev Parr catches a grayling on the River Test in southern England using a centre pin reel and split cane rod.
From the Gloaming – Fishing the Test for dace, roach and perch For our latest film, we join Kev Parr on the banks of the River Test on a dank, grey late-autumn day, as he fishes for dace, roach and perch. Created by Nick Fallowfield-Cooper, the film offers a lyrical look at a landscape that […]
After spending 14 years tracking Del Harding Fallon’s Angler find themselves on the shore of Lough Derg fishing in his company, the original beatnik who settled in a wood over fifty years ago with his dogs and horses for company and no electricity, just a love for Ireland, the landscape, his privacy and the fishing. […]
After nearly 60 years, Chris Yates returns to Waller’s Haven on the Sussex Levels to fish the same stretch he visited as a boy. To add to the nostalgia, he is using the very same rod – recently restored – as he tries to outdo his 11 year old self by catching a bream. As […]
Garrett Fallon explores the fishing potential of a long forgotten lake. There are rumours and myths, and tales of predation – but what can Garrett discover over the course of a couple of increasingly stormy, winter days?
Earlier this year, Garrett ventured to Canada in the hope of fulfilling a lifetime’s ambition of catching a fish bigger than himself. Nick went with him, and took his camera equipment along. The resulting film is Fallon’s Angler’s most ambitious yet – and is launched to coincide with Issue 14.
To coincide with the publishing of issue 13, Fallon’s Angler (with the help of Adam Wells and Ollie Johnson) seeks smooth hound on the solent, and finds the landscape and its history just as absorbing as the sea. A film by Nick Fallowfield-Cooper. To read more about the story, buy issue 13 of Fallon’s […]
Fallon’s Angler goes in search of a 2lb perch on the river Kennet with Kev Parr. Kev talks about his return to Aldermaston Mill after a long break and reflects on the river and the fishing while catching some winter chub and perch. A film by Nick Fallowfield-Cooper.
Peta Brabner left Co Cork, Ireland for England as a young woman and after a chance meeting ended up staying at the Gliffaes Country Hotel for a lifetime. This film tells her story and her love of the hotel, her family, and being drawn to the river Usk and the salmon and trout fishing. A […]
Garrett Fallon embraces the cold hard facts of winter pike fishing
After a huge lost fish, Garrett Fallon takes a novice fishing on the Thames, to learn at the hands of river guide Steve Roberts.
To coincide with the launch of Fallon’s Angler issue eight, photographer Nick Fallowfield-Cooper caught a glimpse of the contrasting worlds of Paul and Tim, two lifetime Norfolk anglers who fish rivers of a very different nature, The Great Ouse and the Wensum. Written by editor Garrett Fallon, the story unfolds in the new issue, now […]