Czech Nymph masterclass
Crucial tips from Jiri Klima
Sting in the tail
John Goddard uncovers the merits of a new North American style of Zonker
Bob Wyatt asks: are browns more intelligent than rainbows?
Fly-tying's Top 20
The all-time best books – as chosen by Marvin Nolte
In deep water?
Ally Gowans looks at the various ways wading can be made safer
Mr Halford or Mr Skues?
Peter Lapsley wonders who contributed more to our sport?
Gold from green
Adrian Latimer reports on how an old Scottish fly landed one of the biggest salmon taken from Russia's Kola peninsula in 2002
Hackles with a hallmark
Magnus Angus discovers John Betts' amazing new process which coats natural materials with gold, silver or copper
A river in God's Place
Charles Jardine discovers fine trophy fishing in Slovenia's north-west, and is also charmed by its culture and people
Tex's little devil
Taff Price's Bug for recalcitrant browns
Wim Alpenhaar describes Jan Reniers ties and dresses his braid-based Snake flies
Married to fly tying
Rudy van Duijnhoven meets two of Macedonia's premier fly tyers, Igor and Nadica Stancev
Malcolm Greenhalgh discovers some thought-provoking caddis-fishing techniques, gained from his summer trip to the Idsjostrommen
Mick Huffer ties the Humpy, built for durability, buoyancy and the imitation of a number of insects
A toast to trout
Lawrence Catlow reflects on how the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in the UK only served to enhance his love of trout fishing