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5 crucial factors to put an extra fish in the bag
A specially designed fly for dull days and evenings
A fly and tactic to help get your season underway on stillwater
Presentation casting with the TLT guru
Use this fly at lunchtime in the early season
The Austrian ski areas for some of Europe's best wild lake fishing
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Stumbling on a chance natural happening after heavy rain
Focus on Burnley's Mitre Angling Club
How can we attract more youngsters into our sport?
Marine Harvest report graph demonstrates enormity of Scottish sea-lice problem
Placings for the second round of the 2016-17 Fly Tying League - Open and Novice categories
Placings for the first round of the 2016-17 Fly Tying League - Open and Novice categories
Environment secretary keen to shield anglers from increased costs arising from Wild Fisheries (Scotland) Bill
BBC Big Fish contestant will open the salmon season on Stirling's river Teith on February 1
Over 1,000 dead salmon, sea trout and brown trout seen over seven miles of river
Supermarkets "failing to live up to their mantras" over lice-infestations
Mark Bowler wonders what the perfect birthday for a fly-fishing Piscean might be, and suggests he came close at Guanaja lodge on the reader trip to Honduras
Malcolm Greenhalgh searches for the first olive hatch of the season on the Hodder armed with two different rods, one of them a cane rod once owned by Dr Ron Broughton
For someone who earns their living as a guide, November and December's weather has been very tough.
Allan Liddle says that Scotland has never been a better place to catch a trophy trout
When does a light sedge work in a grannom hatch? When the sun shines
"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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A video showing how Loch Maree's famous sea trout population and the employment it supported has all but disappeared, featuring alarming footage of the extent of sea lice infestation of wild sea trout emanating from salmon farms