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George Barron says that now is the time to collect these versatile feathers
Dave Riding looks into the history of the salmon and sea trout pattern
Dominic Garnett goes fair weather fishing for the beautiful rudd
This month's textbook tying fly: the Missionary
Giant rainbows in Patagonia
Dave Southall explains how to set up for tenkara
Colin MacLeod opens up his saltwater season
We join up with the Angling Club of the Month: the Salford Friendly Anglers Society
How the salmon fisher can succeed in flood conditions
Allan Liddle adapts the Euro Nymph approach to suit northern rivers
You could win an Atomsix rod in this month's quiz!
Plus all your usual favourites; Tackle Bag, Bruce Sandison, Gordon Mackie, Last Cast and plenty more!
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
New series that takes UK anglers around the world due to begin later this month
Anglers urged to lobby against open access on Welsh rivers
CLA announce that Game Fair to end after more than 50 years
As water quality improves the fish is returning to rivers not inhabited for over 200 years
Mark Bowler discusses emerging legislation from the Bahamian government that could see unguided bonefishing become a thing of the past
In his August blog, Malcolm Greenhalgh fishes the Derwent and the Lune, featuring a Hare's Ear, an Imperial, a Brown Sedge and a Black Pennel.
David Wolsoncroft-Dodds previews the upcoming 'UK Saltwater Fly Fishing Festival'
Selfish? Ignorant? After the introduction of pike to one of his favourite hill lochs, Allan Liddle warns of the dangers that introducing new predators to new locations can have.
With the trout season over, the Damp Angler switches his attention to grayling...and of course catches his biggest trout of the season! Sod's Law...
"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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