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Heard of the Dirty Duster? Well, let Allan Liddle introduce you to the Dirtier Duster
The beaver is back, but how will it impact on fishing?
The Orange hot-spot Black Cruncher, this month’s textbook tying fly
Colin McLeod takes his opportunity to watch mullet
Tero Lannes and Jukka Naaeanlahti demonstrate the Magic Dun, tied from the trout’s point of view
You might not believe it now…but there is a porcupine involved!
Frank Moors ties an exciting Irish Shrimp fly using macaw fibres in the tail
…Tasmanian Devils that is! Travel to Tasmania’s Wester Lakes with Nick Reygaert for some top trout action
Neil Patterson introduces his spinner destined to fish in the surface film, in shady conditions
Looking for a gift for the angler in your life? We’ve got a handy Christmas gift guide!
Dave Southall lends advice on locating and tempting a specimen
Dave Wiltshire demonstrates various techniques for winging dry flies
We have a fantastic and funky load of prizes to give away from our friends at Funky Fly Tying!
Find out how to enter the Fly Tying League Sponsored by the Angler’s Lodge at Jubilee Lakes
All your usual favourites – reviews, Bruce Sandison, Chris Sandford, Last Cast and more!
Brussels recommends a "monstrously unfair" ban on recreational bass fishing
Test your fly-tying skills – sponsored by The Angler's Lodge at Jubilee Lakes
Six retired members of the police force will become ‘Regional Enforcement Managers’
Ministry of Tourism says fishing will continue unrestricted
North-west coast river, renowned for its salmon, found to contain both invasive species
The Trust has been present at the recent Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative Party events
Disaster fund set up as Crooked Island, Acklins and Long Island hit by high winds and flooding
Mark Bowler discusses emerging legislation from the Bahamian government that could see unguided bonefishing become a thing of the past
"Studies have shown that putting stocked brown trout into a river in late winter or spring results in the trout fry that have just hatched and grayling fry that will hatch being gobbled up."
David Wolsoncroft-Dodds sees the value of the organisations such as the Angling Trust which can exert political pressure that the solitary angler simply cannot do.
Allan Liddle's end of season run-in can be summed up in one word: hectic!
There's heavy fog. No insects are hatching. The grayling are off their gnats. What now? The Damp Angler has some top tips for grayling that gave him a very successful afternoon on the bank!
"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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Atlantic Salmon Leaping the falls at Cloghan on the River Finn.