April 30, 2018 1 min read

Scotland's best fly fishing guide, catcher of big fish, lover of gorgeous women, drinker of Scotch, tier of flies. Handsome, debonair and about the nicest guy you are likely to meet - we are absolutely stoked to welcome Liam Stephen to the Epic Family!

Hailing from Aberdeen in Scotland Liam runs a highly regarded guiding operation TroutBum Guiding - if you are looking to bag one of the biggest and most beautiful Scottish Brown Trout you're likely to see you need to talk to Liam.

Welcome Liam, we're so privileged you've joined the Epic Family!

Slangevar!!

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