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Dave Wiltshire tells us his technique for tricking early season olive-feeding trout.
Neil Patterson ties the Gnat West, a fly designed to extend early season hatches
Roman Moser illustrates how to fish a nymph at a distance in a river
Andrew Hogg explains his addiction to the limestone lochs of Scotland
The evolution of the Mayfly pattern is alive and well, so says Martyn Haines
'How deep is deep?' when it comes to fishing for spring salmon, asks Ally Gowans
Find out the set fly to tie for the final round of the Fly Tying League!
Meet the eight year old fly fisherman who is taking Ellerdine by storm!
Andy Lush targets the super-charged barbel of Spain - with a dry fly
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We have all your regular favourites; Bruce Sandison, Chris Sandford, Reviews, Last Cast and loads more!
The Lee Tunnel will prevent 16 million tonnes of sewage entering the Thames system
“Unique” Icelandic River Svarta threatened by hydro power station plans
Despite the atrocious winter conditions, the river will host its annual opening ceremony as normal
George Eustice criticised for supporting damaging EU bass ban exemptions and “obvious discrepancies” in claims when justifying support
Prizes include biggest fish, cast of the year and most improved angler, with the club welcoming new members
Proposals include free fishing for junior anglers and "rolling" year-long licences
Scottish Environment Minister confirms regulation changes will being on April 1
Hurricane Abigail brings about some of the worst fishing weather Mark Bowler has ever experienced.
Malcolm Greenhalgh looks back on the thirty years since he gave up work to pursue fishing, writing and freelance work full time.
For someone who earns their living as a guide, November and December's weather has been very tough.
Santa was very kind to Allan Liddle this year, as he takes us through an extremely useful tying accessory he found under his Christmas tree.
Confined to his vice by the weather, the Damp Angler finally brings the heron feather quest to a successful conclusion
"Why can’t people just celebrate going fishing?" Charles Jardine rallies against, what he believes, is a type of 'fishing snobbery'
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Dr Aileen McLeod, Minister for Environment, Climate Change & Land Reform speaking at the opening of the River Tay, ahead of the announcement of changes in wild salmon consevation.