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On a difficult day Mick Huffer explains why he turns to the Olive Sun Nymph when conditions get bright
Charles Jardine gets an update on Booby fishing from Farmoor regular Jim Longmore
Dave Southall says a windy day can make for superb fishing, provided you can cope
Neil Patterson introduces a tasty Mayfly pattern
Tony Richards recounts a meeting with a huge Seychelles milkfish
Allan Liddle considers flies for the crucial role at the tail end of the wet-fly cast
Oliver Edwards equips us with a fly pattern for every stage of the grannom hatch
Malcolm Greenhalgh looks into the legalities and practicalities of using fur and feather from road-kill
Anthony Glasgow saves hours of walking to remote waters by getting on his mountain bike
Dai Jones demonstrates his Snake fly pattern which is deadly in all conditions
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
11,000 sign in support of the EU Commission proposals for 2017 to protect bass stocks... but time is running out
Out-of-control sea-lice infestation of Scottish and Norwegian farmed salmon causes price-hike felt all over the world
Malcolm Greenhalgh is forced to change clubs and seek fishing on a new sections of rivers
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
Fruitless visits to the Co Durham rainbow trout water of Grassholme culminated in late-season joy with a carefully presented Orange Fritz Booby
"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