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Malcolm Greenhalgh
Malcolm Greenhalgh | There’s more to fishing than catching fish | 04.10.16

Malcolm discusses the effect of repeated catch-and-release on trout. He also drinks ale, has a lovely lunch and drives a Bentley!

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The Damp Angler
The Damp Angler | Right fly, wrongly tied | 30.09.16

What happens when caenis are abound, but you don't have the right fly in your box? Let The Damp Angler explain all...

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Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | Now you see it… | 28.09.16

… now you don't! Mark Bowler asks if the condition of fluorocarbon determines how 'invisible' it is

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Malcolm Greenhalgh
Malcolm Greenhalgh | We need counters, not hatcheries | 31.08.16

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?

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Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | The one that didn’t get away | 18.08.16

Who's fly is this? How big was the 'one that got away'?

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Allan Liddle
Allan Liddle | Autumn is Coming | 03.08.16

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!

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The Damp Angler
The Damp Angler | Fishing: the most exquisite torture | 22.07.16

A very dry period in the north-east means the Damp Angler has to resort to low water tactics and lightweight gear

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Mark Bowler
Mark Bowler | The fickleness of sea trout | 21.07.16

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!

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Allan Liddle
Allan Liddle | Take a Walk Off The Wild Side | 19.07.16

"Fishing’s all about enjoyment for me, I love roaming the wild uplands, crawling through the overgrown river banks chasing rising fish, just as much as I love drifting in a boat or bobbing along in my float tube."

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Malcolm Greenhalgh
Malcolm Greenhalgh | Rain on…rain off | 01.07.16

Malcolm Greenhalgh enjoys a good month of fishing in June, albeit both a very wet one... and a very dry one too!

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