In relation to that pursuit, there have been two really quite thorough resources on grayling posted online in the past few weeks. Thought I'd share them here and I hope you enjoy the referrals if you happen to share the same interest in this beautifully different fish.
|Image Courtesy: Discover Tenkara|
The first resource is from Discover Tenkara (is there anything these guys don't do well)? It's a very detailed breakdown of all the rods, flies, techniques, in grayling fishing and can be found HERE. I mean it's pretty much everything you'd want to know, without them actually taking you physically out on the water. And despite the fact that it's from Discover Tenkara, there is plenty here for those who are not tenkara-centric anglers.
The second is a very long infographic provided by Barbless-flies.co.uk, a UK-based fishing retailer. The graphic really speaks for itself and gives you a pretty solid A-Z on fishing for grayling. Definitely worth a scroll from top to bottom, and also includes a full list of source URLs at the end if you'd like to take your research to the next level.