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March 2016

In This Issue | March 2016

On sale Friday, February 12th, 2016, Only £3.50

  • Angling Club of the Month

    Find out who takes the title for March...

  • Fool me once...

    Dave Wiltshire tells us his technique for tricking early season olive-feeding trout.

  • Gnat Snack

    Neil Patterson ties the Gnat West, a fly designed to extend early season hatches

  • Success with Nymphs

    Roman Moser illustrates how to fish a nymph at a distance in a river

  • Surprise package

    Andrew Hogg explains his addiction to the limestone lochs of Scotland

  • Irish Mayflies see red

    The evolution of the Mayfly pattern is alive and well, so says Martyn Haines

  • Rolling in the deep

    'How deep is deep?' when it comes to fishing for spring salmon, asks Ally Gowans

  • Final Round!

    Find out the set fly to tie for the final round of the Fly Tying League!

  • Young rascal!

    Meet the eight year old fly fisherman who is taking Ellerdine by storm!

  • Spanish Gold

    Andy Lush targets the super-charged barbel of Spain - with a dry fly

  • Essential Quiz!

    We have a fantastic 10 (yes, TEN) vouchers to give away for the Essential Fly in this month's quiz!

  • The Best of the Rest

    We have all your regular favourites; Bruce Sandison, Chris Sandford, Reviews, Last Cast and loads more!

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George Eustice criticised for supporting damaging EU bass ban exemptions and “obvious discrepancies” in claims when justifying support

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Northwest Flyfishers hold annual awards | 22.01.16

Prizes include biggest fish, cast of the year and most improved angler, with the club welcoming new members

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Rod licence changes proposed | 21.01.16

Proposals include free fishing for junior anglers and "rolling" year-long licences

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