Malcolm Greenhalgh reflects on his 2016 season's fishing, and asks why the are no young fly anglers
Allan Liddle's season ends with green drakes in Caithness, algal blooms, heather flies and kingfishers
Malcolm discusses the effect of repeated catch-and-release on trout. He also drinks ale, has a lovely lunch and drives a Bentley!
What happens when caenis are abound, but you don't have the right fly in your box? Let The Damp Angler explain all...
… now you don't! Mark Bowler asks if the condition of fluorocarbon determines how 'invisible' it is
In his August Blog, Malcolm Greenhalgh asks: How we can possibly manage the salmon population of a river when we don't know what that population number is?
Who's fly is this? How big was the 'one that got away'?
Allan Liddle is back on running water as he sees the tell-tale signs that summer is coming to a close... but he is going to make the most of the last few weeks!
A very dry period in the north-east means the Damp Angler has to resort to low water tactics and lightweight gear
How can consecutive nights on the same beat be so different? Mark Bowler doesn't know, and he doesn't think sea trout do either!