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The golden corner

Bruce Sandison guides us round the four limestone lochs of Durness in north-west Scotland - Borralie, Lanlish, Caladail and Croispol

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A tale of two rivers | Subscriber Only

James Waltham fishes and compares two rivers in north Wales - the Clwyd and the Elwy, and ties up three local flies - Martin's Magician, Bishop Asaph and Reuben's Special

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Angling in Arcadia | Subscriber Only

Drew Jamieson heads for the clear, winding waters of the 'jewel' in the Ochils - the River Devon which flows through Dollar, Tillicoultry, Alva and Menstrie

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Kiss ‘n’ tell lochs | Subscriber Only

FF&FT contributors pick their favourite hill lochs

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Dubh yourself a favour

Allan Liddle details the wild brown trout fishing available in the Flow Country area near Thurso and Halkirk where lochs More, Eileanach, Gaineimh, Meadie a' Cherigal and Dubh nan Geodh are the jewels

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A game variety act | Subscriber Only

Alastair Gowans guides us to the best trout and salmon fishing on offer in the Tummel valley

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Between heaven and hell

Bruce Sandison explores one of Scotland's last great wildernesses - Knoydart, where he fishes the Inverie, Loch an Dubh Lochain (the Black Loch), Loch Bhraomisaig and many more lochs on the Kilchoan Estate

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Sea trout at the end of the world

Anthony Hooley travels to Tierra del Fuego to fish the more sheltered River Irigoyen for sea trout

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A matter of trust

Donimic Gamett uses the Westcountry Rivers Trust's Angling 2000 scheme to access the wild fish paradise of Devon and Cornwall, selecting his five best locations.

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Local club goes international

Moc Morgan describes the fishing on Llyn Trawsfynnyd, near Harlech, which is run by Prysor Angling Club, and describes two flies of Arthur 'Son' Owen - the Concoction and Son's Secret.

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