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Brian Harris talks us through the advantages of fishing with light line gear
Neil Patterson explains why he uses orange to imitate the blue-winged olive
Meet the anglers of the Kirkby Stephen and District Angling Association
Dave Riding takes his cue from early authors on ways to entice salmon in low water conditions
Mike Duxbury looks upon the annual cranefly fall as the Midland's very own Mayfly hatch
Dave Wiltshire fishes a 'just under' fly after a hot day and enjoys a tremendous evening's sport!
A flat calm doesn't have to spell the end for hill loch fishing says Mark Bowler
In his 'floating line only' season, Charles Jardine offers Ravensthorpe's summer rainbows his firey red dry fly
In September's Textbook Tying, Mick Huffer demonstrates Steve Parton's pattern for daphnia feeders
George Barron explores the uses for under-utilised wood pigeon feathers
Dave Southall teaches ways to add essential life to flies
All the regular features, including: Bruce Sandison, Chris Sandford, News, Reviews and Last Cast!
As water quality improves the fish is returning to rivers not inhabited for over 200 years
FF&FT are pleased to be an official partner of this year’s Fly Fest, October 3rd & 4th.
Anglers in Northern Ireland who catch a tagged salmon or trout asked to report their fish
Environment Agency selects Trust after “rigorous and competitive process”
Fry discovered in Culter catchment by Dee Electrofishing team
Anglian Water steps up biosecurity measures as shrimp presence is identified
On-line discussion engages anglers on carcass-tagging, licensing, how it will work, and charges
Mark Bowler discusses emerging legislation from the Bahamian government that could see unguided bonefishing become a thing of the past
In his August blog, Malcolm Greenhalgh fishes the Derwent and the Lune, featuring a Hare's Ear, an Imperial, a Brown Sedge and a Black Pennel.
David Wolsoncroft-Dodds previews the upcoming 'UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival'
Fresh from his triumphant Five Nations trip Allan Liddle is brought back down to earth...with a bump!
Would dying of shock in a graveyard count as an Act of God?
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You may know some (or all) of them, but this is a handy video that clearly illustrates very clearly some useful fishing knots.