LOOP Akademi ~ Blue Winged Cascade

The blue winged cascade is a variation on the classic cascade pattern. A pattern we would not be without when fresh Atlantic salmon are on the move. Tied on a…

How to tie the blue charm

LOOP Akademi ~ How to tie the Blue Charm

Stuart Foxall ties the old faithful blue charm. A long standing favourite of many anglers and a pattern not to be without fishing for Atlantic salmon in the summer months….

LOOP Akademi ~ Griffths Gnat

This video shows LOOP Team member Tim Wood tying a simply Griffth Gnat pattern. Midges or gnats are the staple diet of trout worldwide. These tiny insects are found on…

Skagit lines explained

In this episode we try to simplify the Skagit line and what we really like them. Application of use Casting techniques Choosing your Skagit to match your rod. Useful tip….

Choosing your single handed fly line

      The choice of fly-lines available today is extensive which can make your buying decision a difficult choice to make. All of the lines are designed with specific…

How to tie the Rapala knot

The Rapala knot is a very strong knot used for attaching the leader to a fly or lure. The advantage of using a Rapala knot or other loop style knot…

How to tie the Blood knot

The Blood knot is a very quick easy to learn reliable knot used to tie your leader to your fly. The Tucked blood knot or (clinch knot) is a variation…

SDS Tactical line system

The SDS Tactical Salmon Lines are a range of fly lines designed specifically for fishing environments where presentational techniques are pivotal to success. The Tactical Salmon’s taper dimensions are optimised…

SDS LOOP multi tip fly line

SDS – Line System

Our new SDS (synchronised dynamic system) line system is an interchangeable shooting head solution for modern fly fishing techniques with double-handed fly rods – One fly line system for a…

Behind the LOOP 🇸🇪

Stephen & Mirjam talk us through the thought process behind the LOOP technical clothing range and their testing ground in the Swedish wilderness. Spending our time immersed in harsh environments…