About Peter McLeod

Peter has had a fly rod in his hand since he was seven years old. After working in the tackle industry during school holidays in his mid teens, he became a salmon fishing guide in Norway for Roxton Bailey Robinson until leaving university. He joined Frontiers International in February 2000 where he remained for the next five years. For twenty years Peter has fished extensively around the globe including Argentina, Belize, Mexico, Bahamas, Russia, Norway, Iceland, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Seychelles, Mozambique, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Cuba. His passion for fly fishing, tackle, techniques and overflowing enthusiasm for this sport is without limit.

Peter McLeod with bonefish

Cuba Vs Seychelles


The world’s two greatest bone fishing areas are oceans apart. With plenty of experience of fishing global saltwater destinations, Peter McLeod flies to Cuba to see how the Caribbean compares. Over the course of six years working for an American fishing consultancy, … Continue reading