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Brian McGarvey travels to fish the McCloud River
Dave Southall fishes where the buffalo roam in the Yellowstone National Park
Kadi de Rakoff heads to Montana
Anthony Glasgow heads for the Highlands, rod, backpack and tent in tow for a three-day expedition
Oliver Edwards continues his 'Adventures in CdC' by introducing us to his Yellow May Dun pattern
Allan Liddle feels right at home in the south of Ireland
Roger Smith explains how his Klink 'n Dink set-up has evolved into something more spohisticated
This month's Textbook Tying fly is Mick Huffer's realistic freshwater hog-louse pattern, to fish deep and slow on hot days
Daiwa Angling Club of the Month for June is East Midlands-based Invicta Angling Club
Bob Preston traces the evolution of a CdC Mayfly pattern that may be ugly, but is pretty effective, too
Tackle Reviews, a prized salmon fly for the Usk, Charles Jardine's sketches from a grannom hatch, A look at the EU referendum on fishing in the UK and the Fly Tying League final results!
Saturday May 21 is World Fish Migration Day, with events organised by NRW taking place across Wales
Grafham Water will welcome the Duke of Edinburgh to celebrate its 50th Birthday
The final results are in! Here are the Round Four (and final) results of the Open Section in the Fly Tying League, sponsored by the Anglers' Lodge at Jubilee Lakes
The final results are in! Here are the Round Four (and final) results of the Novice Section in the Fly Tying League, sponsored by the Anglers' Lodge at Jubilee Lakes
Complaint is made over the Scottish Government’s failure to address the impact of the parasites in salmon farms on wild fish
Adele and her son take a fishing trip off the coast of Norway
Deformed ear-bones in farmed salmon raises more fears of damage to wild populations
Mark Bowler finds hook and wire-trace developments have revolutionised pike fly fishing
Malcolm Greenhalgh celebrates a milestone birthday in less than warm weather, and to celebrate is giving away a copy of his book 'The Mayfly and the Trout'
For someone who earns their living as a guide, November and December's weather has been very tough.
Allan Liddle discovers the looks of disapproval a fisherman gets when going into a shop aftern wearing a pair of leaky waders...it's water – honest!
It's the golden period before the banks are littered with disposable barbeques and empty cans and the Damp Angler watches his favourite fishing spot come to life...
"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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Magnus reviews a Snowbee Slimline Fly Box Kit