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Fly Fishing & Fly Tying April 2019 issue

In This Issue | March 2019

On sale Friday, March 8th, 2019, Only £3.85

  • A sedge for today

    A pattern to try from April to October

  • D-I-Y Corrib

    Techniques, flies and secret bays

  • Important points

    Things you should know about hooks

  • Blowing in the wind

    Dapping the reservoirs

  • Review

    Magnus Angus tests the Mackenzie graphene single-hander

  • Trick or treat

    An extraordinary mullet season!

  • A trick of the hackle

    A fly to excite curiosity in trout

  • Chub grub

    Tiny Clouser style patterns for chub

  • Canal triumph

    Winners in the 2018 Fly for Coarse challenge

  • Fly Tying Competition

    First round winners!

  • Win!

    A Scottie Rotary vice

  • All gain no pain

    Add distance to your Spey cast without straining your muscles

  • Where it all began

    A river which echoes the first records of fishing with a fly

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Fly Tying 2018/19 | 12.03.19

Marked entries for the Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Magazine January issue's Winter Fly Tying Challenge, sponsored by The Anglers Lodge at Jubilee Lakes

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FF&FT at British Fly Fair International | 01.02.19

Howard Croston, Dave Southall and Mark Bowler will all be appearing at the BBFI

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Free fishing on river Teith as it opens for salmon on Friday | 29.01.19

Stirling Council opens sections for salmon fishing for free as river Teith opens this Friday (February 1) at Callendar

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January Angling Trust auction attracting bids for new initiative | 25.01.19

Fishing tackle and fishings now being auctioned online to raise funds for new joint initiative to work towards cleaning up our waters

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Tickets for the Scottish Fly Fair 2019 | 06.11.18

Advance tickets for the Scottish Fly Fair 2019, held at Stirling, are now available

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Fishing makes a splash at Countryfile event | 09.08.18

Fishing to feature on the popular Sunday night BBC country programme later this month

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30th Scottish Game Fair this weekend! | 28.06.18

Don’t forget! 30th Scottish Game Fair this weekend (June 30, July 1 & 2) at Scone, near Perth

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Latest Blog Entries

Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | Keep a bouncer up your sleeve | 21.03.19

Fishing the duo on a river gives you an opportunity to animate your dry fly in an irresistible way

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Malcolm Greenhalgh
Malcolm Greenhalgh | Spring reflections | 28.02.19

Malcolm Greenhalgh looks forward to a new season, and backwards at some very special fishing memories

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Mike Duxbury
Mike Duxbury | Taking times for pike | 24.01.19

A look at pike feeding behaviour and advice on the best taking times to catch one on a fly

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Allan Liddle
Allan Liddle | First ever Spey Fair takes place in January | 10.01.19

River Spey Angling Association Fly Fair to take place on January 19

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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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