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Oliver Edwards is back and tying in FF&FT once again...read about the 'Sitting Duck' in part one of his 'Adventures in CdC'
Uncover an old wallet full of Lake District specials
A blue Damsel from Kent's Tenterden Waters
Retrace the steps of Cotton and Walton in a mystical and magic place
FF&FT's next door neighbours are this month's Daiwa Angling Club of the Month
The history behind one of the biggest influences on modern fishing: the silk worm
Bjarne Laursen uses a tiny zonker to tempt big salmon and sea trout
Allan Liddle finds ways to approach the wary trout of the Aberdeenshire Don
Neil Patterson enjoys a good bit of Mayfly mayhem
Dave Southall advises us to head for the riffles... and be prepared for action
The Textbook Tying fly this month is an ingeniously hackled dry with an "attractor hackle" of pink
Dave Wiltshire adds an unusual floating nymph to his fly box
One lucky winner could win a fantastic Orvis rod in our May quiz!
We have all your usual favourites, plus plenty more, including: Magnus' reviews, Chris Sandford, Bruce Sandison and the Round Three Fly Tying League results
Declining river quality has led to the ban in parts of Canterbury
The Salt is back for a second year with more events than ever, including sharks and FF&FT’s team event
George Eustice under fire from sea anglers over bass protest absence
Still wracking your brains over January's Christmas Codeword? Wonder no more...the answer key is here!
The results are in for Round Two of the Open Section in the Fly Tying League, sponsored by the Anglers' Lodge at Jubilee Lakes
The results are in for Round Two of the Novice Section in the Fly Tying League, sponsored by the Anglers' Lodge at Jubilee Lakes
The body had been due to close at the end of this month
After a winter of high waters, Mark Bowler finds his river's normal fly life is yet to put in an appearance
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!
The Damp Angler works off the rust with his first trout of the season
"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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This video shows a glimpse of what the salmon migration in Bristol Bay looks like.