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In This Issue | July 2020

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  • The DHE master

    Adaptations and variants on last month's pattern

  • Fishing with Cove & Walker

    Comparing two iconic styles

  • Paul's Owl & Fox Emerger

    Tying sequence and tribute to Paul Lawrence

  • Orkney stifled by bureaucracy

    Seeding application rejected

  • Stay pin-sharp

    Focus on summer jelly fry

  • Coquet confidential

    Dusk to dawn sea trout fly revealed

  • Focus on guinea fowl

    In depth look at this tying material

  • Stitch-up midge

    Neil Patterson exercises lateral thinking in his fly tying

  • Tackle bag

    Magnus Angus looks at some dramatic changes in landing nets

  • Multi-tip minefield

    Skagit, Scandi and poly-tip advice

  • How to read a river

    20 crucial tips to put you onto fish

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News

Scotland and Wales lifts 5-mile travel restriction ruling for leisure | 03.07.20

Scotland and Wales governments have announced a lifting 5-mile travel restriction ruling for leisure

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Scotland’s Phase 2 in easing of lockdown maintains the 5-mile leisure travel rule | 18.06.20

Scotland's Phase 2 in easing of lockdown maintains the 5-mile leisure travel rule, but shielders are allowed to exercise outdoors

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Fisheries begin to allow two in boat | 16.06.20

Trout fisheries in England are opening up guidelines to allow two anglers in a boat

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Derbyshire’s Carsington Water to open on Thursday | 02.06.20

Derbyshire's Carsington Water to open on Thursday

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Welsh Passport fisheries to open to locals | 02.06.20

Welsh Wye & Usk Foundation Passport fisheries to open to locals

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Anglian Waters will open for fishing from tomorrow | 01.06.20

Grafham, Pitsford, Ravensthorpe and Rutland will open for fishing from tomorrow, Tuesday, June 2

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Fishing to resume in Scotland from tomorrow | 28.05.20

Scotland will resume recreational fishing on Friday , May 29, locally, within a five-mile radius

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Latest Blog Entries

Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | High water, back-eddy and a single dry fly | 14.07.20

When faced with high, fast river-flows, there’s always somewhere to find a fish… or even two

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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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Corixa swimming. How they use their 'paddles' to move... and attract trout. Shot by David Murray from Loch Insch fishery, Aberdeenshire.