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Fly Fishing & Fly Tying November

In This Issue | November 2020

On sale Friday, October 9th, 2020, Only £3.99

  • Angler's angles

    Keys to good presentation

  • Talybont... still got it

    Travel restrictions have given George Barron the opportunity to revisit the local lochs of his past.

  • On the bench

    Magnus Angus looks at pheasant rump as a material

  • Salmon seduction

    Creating the illusion of life

  • Back to school

    Lessons on Draycote Water

  • Final flutter

    A simple (but deadly) Egg-laying Caddis from Jan Edman

  • Silver trout with a pinch of salt

    Fishing the resurgent Ythan estuary

  • Tackle Bag

    Magnus Angus takes a good look at the £100+ Rio Gold fly line

  • WIN!

    A Scottie vice in our November issue quiz.

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News

Anglers’ respite in Wales “firebreak” lockdown | 21.10.20

Local angling can continue in strict Welsh shut-down

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BFFI 2021 awaits decision | 13.10.20

Following tighter Covid-19 restrictions, a decision on whether or not to hold February's British Fly Fair International will be made by November 30

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Jardine’s Round Rutland Marathon | 18.09.20

Charles Jardine commits to one, final marathon: running around Rutland Water's perimeter in aid of charity

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New National Bank Pairs Competition launched this autumn | 16.09.20

A new national fly-fishing bank competition has been launched for October, November and December

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Shot fired during poaching incident | 19.08.20

Shot fired during poaching incident as Inland Fisheries Ireland officers patrol on river Suir

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Llynfi 10,000 fish-kill investigation ongoing | 17.08.20

Dedicated investigation team probing source of major pollution incident on Wye tributary, but source remains unidentified

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Scottish and English Game Fairs cancelled for 2020 | 07.08.20

The re-organised summer Game Fairs for both England and Scotland have now both been further postponed until 2021

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Latest Blog Entries

Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | July evenings | 22.07.20

July evenings on a river offer the best sport for trout, sea trout... and salmon

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Andrew Griffiths
Andrew Griffiths | Signs of fishing chaos in Wales | 14.05.20

Mixed messages in Wales. Can they drive to fish, or not?

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Mike Duxbury
Mike Duxbury | The vagaries of fishing | 24.04.20

Whenever we recall the red-letter days of fly fishing it pays to reflect on the less exciting ones

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Allan Liddle
Allan Liddle | Localised thunderstorms and missing fish | 03.07.20

Are localised storms and rising water causing the trout to change feeding habits and miss our flies?

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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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Claret Bibio tied by Magnus Angus and cover fly for the November '20 issue. This uses a claret hackle from a dyed pheasant rump patch, which Magnus features this month in his 'Notes from the Bench'.