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Beneath the Mask

George Barron explains why every trip to Corrib should include a visit to neighbouring Lough Mask, and gives three essential Mask patterns including Young Pretender, White-hackled Kate, and Peter Ross Nymph

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Harbingers of spring

Peter Lapsley describes the river fly fisher's four harbingers of spring – the March Brown, the grannom, the Large Dark Olive and the Hawthorn – and ties the March Brown Nymph, March Brown SPider, March Brown Emerger, March Brown Dun, PT&HE Nymph, Goddard's Super Grizzly, Grannom Pupa, Grannom Dry and Hawthorn Fly

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My flexible fiend

Faster currents and deeper lying fish caused Colin MacLeod to experiment this season with a heavier fly based on a Flexi-worm. It has since produced incredible results

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Sheelin smiles

Patsy Deery says Sheelin's fortunes are looking up, and shows us how he ties his Dry Sheelin Daddy that took a 51/2 pounder

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Tungsten-tipped Buzzers

John Goddard often wrote to the editor, Mark Bowler, in response to FF&FT articles. Here, he summarises his findings on using tungsten-headed Buzzer Pupae, adding how he fished them

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The Oppo

Jeremy Lucas discusses the Oppo, an emerger for rough water which he rates as the best dry fly for a duo rig

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Prime cut

Bob Wyatt says Scotland's River Don ranks on a par with the English chalkstreams and New Zealand's rivers

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The Trout’s Tale by Chris Newton2

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The foam and rubber diet

During the summer of 2013 Charles Jardine found an American-style dry fly lured a memorable wild trout

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Peas, please!

Bev Perkins describes a blank-saving fly

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