Peter Lapsley explores the history of the River Wandle in south London, and the remarkable educational and restoration work being done by The Wandle Trust and its sister organisation, The Wandle Piscators.
Mike Harding puts road-kill to good use.
Peter Lapsley has techniques, tips, gadgets, knots and gizmos to assist the angler with poor or failing eyesight, and has simple fly dressings to recommend.
Axel Wessolowski investigates how water temperature can affect fish, and therefore, fishing.
Peter Lapsley discusses why British and American fly fishing have divulged so differently - from tackle, to tactics, to access - and the flies, listing Foam Hopper, Chernoybl Ant, Elk Hair Caddis Spun Dun and Etha-wing Trico.
A longing for split-cane leads to fond memories for Mike Harding.
Geoffrey Bucknall says we should take a fresh look at the stillwater significance of pioneer Tom Ivens.
Gordon Mackie traces how the chalkstreams around Basingstoke, Winchester, Marlborough and Southampton developed as game fisheries in the 1800s, and how clubs such as Hungerford were formed.
Chris Sandford values a spray of Iron Blue tried to gut in his vintage tackle series.
Harold Stewart recounts the old Scots salmon fishing poem, Weelum Doo.