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Make do, or mend? | Subscriber Only

Alastair Gowans says control of the salmon fly after casting is vital to success, and explains why upstream mending and downstream mending is sometimes vitally important

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Chalkstream prospects

Adam Parsonage equips himself for early outings on the chalkstreams by tying his CdC Danica, Gold-head Pheasant Tail and Peeping Caddis

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Sinkants and floatants

Gink, Xink, Permaflote and Watershed

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Going solo

Peter Boyle discovers the fly fishing of Elk, Crowsnest, Castle and Oldman rivers of Alberta, Canada

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Sink-tip, sinker, or Skagit?

Glyn Freeman considers the range of sinking line types and profiles available to the salmon angler today, and explains their various applications

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Ghost Buster

Bass and mullet love Colin MacLeod

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Sink-tip tips

Glyn Freeman looks at how sink-tips of various types can be used to cover salmon lies from late spring and onwards

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Grayling of a lifetime

John Tyzack describes how he caught a monster grayling from a tiny Swedish stream

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Dressing Mrs Tiggywinkle

Stan Headley explains in detail how to tie Sedgehogs

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Is your fly behaving properly? | Subscriber Only

Malcolm Greenhalgh describes the various casts a river fly fisher can use to increase his or her success

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