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August 2015

In This Issue | August 2015

On sale Friday, July 10th, 2015, Only £3.50

  • Pollack from the rocks!

    Top sport on Scotland's west-coast

  • G-Force

    It's a grilse magnet!

  • 180!

    We're on target with the anglers of the Dart Angling Association

  • Pack the wool!

    A tying gem from the South American alpaca

  • Dour delight

    Mark Bowler considers the dreaded, yet full of potential, 'dour loch'

  • Round up!

    We hear from the Judge of this year's Fly Tying League

  • Always take the heather with you

    Chris James capitalises on the heather fly fall

  • Anchor a-weight!

    Neil Patterson bends the rules (and a hook!)

  • Hail Caesar!

    Pay a visit to the gin-clear rivers of western Slovenia; the Julian Alps

  • Fly fishing heaven

    What if heaven was a casting paradise? Find out in Last Cast!

  • Best of the Rest!

    All your usual favourites: reviews, news, Bruce Sandison, Chris Sandford and much, much more!

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News

Dee welcomes first salmon fry in 250 years | 30.07.15

Fry discovered in Culter catchment by Dee Electrofishing team

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Killer shrimp at Pitsford | 28.07.15

Anglian Water steps up biosecurity measures as shrimp presence is identified

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Scottish government launch week-long ‘kill licence’ forum | 23.07.15

On-line discussion engages anglers on carcass-tagging, licensing, how it will work, and charges

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Focus on Fisheries at Royal Welsh Show | 17.07.15

Natural Resources Wales holding event on fisheries at the upcoming show.

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Thames Tideway Tunnel given legal green light | 03.07.15

Tunnel which would remove millions of tonnes of untreated sewage from river welcomed by environmental groups

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Protection for northern sea bass stocks | 02.07.15

Minimum size increased for northern sea bass from 36 to 42cm

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‘Voice for angling’ parliamentary group re-established | 29.06.15

MPs met members of the Angling Trust to renew All Party Parliamentary Group on Angling for new Parliament

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Latest Blog Entries

Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | Lightning Reactions | 08.07.15

Mark Bowler experiences fishing in the midst of a summer storm.

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Malcolm Greenhalgh
Malcolm Greenhalgh | Spring Stocking | 01.07.15

In his June blog, Malcolm Greenhalgh speaks stocking, gives grayling a grilling and talks the wonders of the Wild Trout Trust.

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David Wolsoncroft-Dodds
David Wolsoncroft-Dodds | Post Spawn Blog | 02.06.15

David fishes for pike on the Kvarken Archipelago and shows just how important a guide with local knowledge can be...

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Allan Liddle
Allan Liddle | Five Nations Championships: Full of Surprises | 23.07.15

Allan Liddle has a trip to remember as he represents Team Scotland in the Five Nations Championships at Lough Leane, Ireland.

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The Damp Angler
The Damp Angler | The Perfect Cast | 29.07.15

Our new blogger experiences a cast that goes from bad...to brilliant!

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Charles Jardine
Charles Jardine | A new FF& FT resolution | 24.07.15

Repeat after me: I promise to write these regularly. I MUST write these regularly…now: repeat a hundred times….

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When fishing in low water conditions, a little patience is key.

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Low water cycling requires a little patience to allow the fish to do what it's going to do.