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George Barron explains his addiction to legs on wet flies
This month's cunning cast shows you how to cope with fishing long leaders or weighted flies off a dam wall
Find out how to work out a hill-loch's potential both using a map and when fishing it
Jeremy Lucas enjoys fishing the chalkstreams of Northern France - just a train journey away!
Find out how to tie this Guide fly with our very own Chris Sandford
Dave Southall demonstrates ways to increase the visibility of dry flies on the water
Dominic Garnett takes us to the Byes of Sidmouth for some picturesque fishing
A top tip from Allan Liddle shows you how to make crest feathers as Mayfly tails AND how to make them more robust
Meet Colin 'Puck' Kirkpatrick, the artist, fisherman and all-round outdoor enthusiast from Orkney
The McGinty, one of Ernest Hemingway's favoured flies and Neil Patterson's too!
Mick Huffer ties a miniature Booby-style nymph
Dave Riding shows you how to tie a mixed wing salmon fly quickly and inexpensively
Charles Jardine creeps in close with a Generation Dun
Dave Wiltshire shows us the Stormy May, perfect for a May downpour
All your favourite monthly features, Tackle Bag, Bruce Sandison, news, Stillwater Scene and a poetic Last Cast
The UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival will be coming to Cornwall this September 24 – 27.
Researchers discover salmon's migration triggered by day length
Ahead of the 2015 General Election we've examined the major parties' manifestos to see what they have to say about fishing.
The annual Siblyback fishing completion took place on April 12 at Siblyback Lake.
The results for round three of the open league section of the 2014/15 Fly Tying League, sponsored by Angler's Lodge at Jubilee Lakes.
The results for round three of the novice league section of the 2014/15 Fly Tying League, sponsored by Angler's Lodge at Jubilee Lakes.
Work by Fish Legal has ensured that sewage polllution work has been carried out on the River Eamont.
A full house of flats species greeted February’s FF&FT reader trip…. along with unseasonal, low-water temperatures.
Malcolm Greenhalgh observes the contrast in weather during April and spots springers in an unlikely place.
David makes quite a catch, and dispels any rumours of his demise!
Allan Liddle discusses his early season observation: bigger fish don't seem to be eating March Browns.
Bruce Sandison blogs about a group challenging planning permission for a Fish Farm on Loch Etive.
My recent outing to Sutton Bingham had it all
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