And some time make the time to drive out westInto County Clare, along the Flaggy Shore,In September or October, when the windAnd the light are working off each otherSo that the ocean on one side is wildWith foam and glitter, and inland among stonesThe surface of a slate-grey lake is litBy the earthed lightning of a flock of swans,Their feathers roughed and ruffling, white on white,Their fully grown headstrong-looking headsTucked or cresting… Read More

Download our #OrvisSaltwaterFestival Activity Booklet and let us take you on a fun saltwater fly fishing journey. Once you have completed it, send it back to us for the chance to win an Orvis Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival Trucker Cap! https://t.co/TxJz6R84dn 🎣 pic.twitter.com/g4sE8yWG5D — Orvis UK (@OrvisUK) August 20, 2020

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View this post on Instagram New PB today! Took a most productive Sand eel pattern, drifted. OPST commando smooth making distance casting a breeze as usual! #catchandrelease #opst #skagit #flyfishing #flytying #irishflyfishing #saltwaterflyfishing #findyourwater @opskagit @danielssonflyreels @redingtongear A post shared by kgarr (@fullmoonfly) on Jul 8, 2020 at 7:14am PDT

This is an interesting article and it highlights the growing and impressive body of work by Mathew White and his colleagues in Exeter University and beyond. The combination of psychology and economic valuation provides lots of information and data on the value of natural environments not least to our wellbeing. Coastal environments have been shown to improve our health, body and mind. So should doctors start issuing nature-based prescriptions? From: the Guardian… Read More