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Flyfishing and Flytying July issue

In This Issue | July 2018

On sale Friday, June 8th, 2018, Only £3.75

  • Wild, windswept and interesting

    Ceri Thomas visits the jewel in the Welsh crown of wild-trout waters, Tal-y-Bont

  • Ocean's eleven

    Colin MacLeod lists his top 11 successful mullet patterns

  • Sedge on fire!

    Mick Huffer says Bob Carnill's Fiery Brown Sedge is the fly to tie on for summer sedge hatches

  • Hey Preska!

    An adult caddis pattern to overcome bankside frustration

  • The Blagdon diamond

    Charles Jardine fishes with a man who has tailored an approach an flies to suit the beautiful Mendips water

  • And now for something completely different...

    Whe George Barron evolved the Dabbler into a dressing to suit salmon and sea trout, he didn't realise how good it would be for wild trout too

  • Getting my drift

    Adding technology to loch-styling for salmon and sea trout

  • Fly Tying League 2017/18 in association with Angler's Lodge at Jubilee Lakes

    Fourth round winners!

  • Quiz

    Win a Snowbee Spector Predator/Saltwater rod!

  • Angling Club of the month

    Wellow Brook Flyfishers in North Somerset

  • Yellow Mayhem!

    Top advice for hectic summer sport

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News

FF&FT marquee at Scottish Game Fair | 15.06.18

Magazine to host special fly fishing section in large marquee at this year's Scottish Game Fair

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Fly Tying League 4th and final round placings | 13.06.18

Full results from the 4th and final placings of the 2017/18 Fly Tying League, held in association with Anglers Lodge Tackle at Jubilee Lakes

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Fly-tying League 3rd round results | 13.06.18

Full results from 3rd round of the 2017/18 Fly Tying League, held in association with Anglers Lodge Tackle at Jubilee Lakes

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Trust in Yorkshire | 17.05.18

Wild Trout Trust meets in Yorkshire at the weekend

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Trust in Yorkshire | 17.05.18

Wild Trout Trust meets in Yorkshire at the weekend

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Wales’ proposed salmon byelaws postponed until 2019 | 24.04.18

New byelaws delayed during “uncertainty for fishermen”, but NRW’s position “remains unchanged”

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Fly Tying League 2017-18 2nd Round results | 16.04.18

League placings after two rounds of FF&FT's 2017/18 Fly Tying League run in association with Angler's Lodge at Jubilee Lakes

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Latest Blog Entries

Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | Are insect-splattered windscreens making a comeback? | 05.06.18

Have you noticed your car getting covered in splattered insects as you drive – "just like the good old days" – too?

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Malcolm Greenhalgh
Malcolm Greenhalgh | A strange spring indeed | 04.06.18

A bright, blustery, stormy and buzzer-less month, but it still does not rule out a good day's fishing ... and its associated great stories

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David Wolsoncroft-Dodds
David Wolsoncroft-Dodds | Batten down the hatches | 15.12.15

For someone who earns their living as a guide, November and December's weather has been very tough.

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Allan Liddle
Allan Liddle | Time for a fly-fishing rain dance | 14.06.18

Hot, dry weather is causing our rivers, fish and insects to crack, but hope is on the horizon

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The Damp Angler
The Damp Angler | Old Master re-mastered | 25.04.18

During the long winter lay-off an old TE Pritt pattern is discovered and found to be remarkably effective on the Tee

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Charles Jardine
Charles Jardine | Stuff and Nonsense | 01.10.15

"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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John's knot, used for tying on fly hooks, or for tying lengths of nylon to the bend of a hook for fishing "New Zealand style" or "duo style". Featured in Mike Duxbury's stillwater nymphing article "Reverse New Zealand" in the June issue of FF&FT