Pro Staff

Dominic Garnett

Fishing author Dom Garnett is a passionate fly angler, guide and photographer who handles Turrall’s digital marketing. His best-known book is probably “Flyfishing for Coarse Fish”, which became an Amazon Bestseller. He has worked closely with Turrall to design our special range of flies for roach, rudd, chub, dace, perch and pike.

Based in Exeter, Dom can be found fishing and guiding in the southwest for just about anything that swims. He has written over 200 articles for titles ranging from the Angling Times to Fly Fishing & Fly Tying and the Mail on Sunday, while also appearing on the Sky Sports and National Geographic channels. You can see more of his work and photography at www.dgfishing.co.uk while he also runs the annual competition and site flyforcoarse.com

 

Chris Ogborne

Chris is a highly respected figure in the fishing world, both as an angler and also for his fishing business consultancy.  He has represented England on the International stage for over twenty years, winning a host of awards at the highest level including two National Championships and a hatful of World Championship medals.
Chris consults to some of the top companies in the UK tackle trade and also heads up the fishing section at the new UK Game Fair at Stoneleigh, where both he and Turralls will be showcasing new fly selections in 2016
These days Chris lives in Cornwall where he enjoys wild river and saltwater fly fishing, also guides others in this hugely popular and ever-growing sport from boats, beaches and streams. He has played a key rile in developing a range of saltwater flies for Turrall based on sandeel and baitfish patterns. His current project is a fundamentally different approach to river flies, with the ultimate shortlist that will catch fish on any river, anywhere in the world.
Watch “River Fly Fishing Tips with Chris Ogborne”. His website is:  www.chris-ogborne.co.uk

Duncan Keir

An avid fisherman with an eye for a deadly fly pattern, Duncan Keir is a key part of Turrall’s team of fly designers. Based in Devon, he has a particular passion for reservoir fly fishing on waters such as Kennick and Roadford. He loves tinkering and experimenting with new fly patterns, having worked wonders with some of Turrall’s  UV reflective materials. His aptly named “Kennick Killer” has proven deadly for stillwater trout and continues to be one of our bestselling flies.

Wes Ower

Big game angler, Fly Fisherman, Fly Tyer and FDG instructor has been fishing since his youth, where Marlin, Tuna and other big game species were regularly in his sights. In his more than 30 years of fly fishing Wes has been very active in developing new patterns and devotes a lot of time to his other passion the Fly Dressers Guild, having founded the Roadford Branch where he is currently Chairman. Wes is also a qualified FDG instructor and devotes much of his time promoting and developing fly fishing when not supporting Turrall.

 

Gary Pearson

Based in the West Country Gary has previously been a member of the England fly-fishing team and currently fishes for one of the top still-water teams in the country. An avid angler who when not competing can be found fishing around the UK for salmon and seatrout and abroad for bonefish. Guide and accomplished fly tier Gary is very much looking forward to working with Turrall, bringing new designs and twists from the competition circuit to the Turrall range of trout flies along with some exciting new bonefish patterns.

 

Tony Baldwin

Tony is amongst other things a lifelong angler and for the past decade a passionate fly tyer and active member of the Fly Dressers Guild. He joins Turrall with the aim of igniting that passion in others and inspiring future generations of game anglers and fly tyers. With a career background in design he will also be working with Turrall to explore new fly patterns and ideas for the future. He is a native New Zealander who currently resides in the city of Leicester in the UK. Tony is an ‘opportunist’ angler and might be found wetting a line in such diverse locations as the local reservoir or canal to a mountain tarn or a coastal estuary.