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NEW Snowshoe hare; selection, use and fly-tying of this naturally buoyant material | 06.03.20

Magnus Angus' instructive video as a sample of how it appears monthly on the digital iOS and Android editions of Fly Fishing and Fly Tying magazine in the 'Tackle' and 'On the Bench' sections

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NEW Grayling eating the eggs of spawning barbel | 17.12.19

Video showing grayling swooping in to eat the eggs of spawning barbel, captured on film by fish-photographer, Jack Perks

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NEW Handling Arctic runner hair for salmon flies | 11.12.19

Magnus Angus shows us how to handle Arctic runner hair for better tying of salmon and sea trout hair-wings

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NEW Big permit being released at the FF&FT Bonefish Schools held in Bahamas during November 2019 | 29.11.19

Big permit being released at the FF&FT Bonefish Schools held in Bahamas during November 2019. Video by Denis Symonds.

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NEW Dubbing brush demonstration | 25.09.19

Demonstration of the Terra Dubbing Brush from Angler's Lodge

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NEW Using Jardine Red Grayling/Bug hooks | 29.05.19

Video made for digital versions of FF&FT showing use of (Fordham & Wakefield), reviewed in June 2019 issue by Magnus Angus

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NEW Jeremy Paxman on salmon farming and the demise of Loch Maree | 09.01.19

Jeremy Paxman speaks out about salmon farming and the demise of the Loch Maree once one of Scotland's premier fisheries

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NEW Salmon School on the Annan | 15.11.18

What happens on the FF&FT/Real Farm Holidays Salmon Schools on the Annan?

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NEW Farm salmon sea lice ‘epidemic’ | 10.10.18

Video footage of farmed salmon seriously affected by sea lice taken by Corin Smith at the Scottish Salmon Company’s Vacasay fish farm, Isle of Lewis. Corin was alerted to the problem after finding adult, wild fish dying in large numbers before they could run and spawn in a nearby river, some of which were carrying an unnatural infestation of 700 sea lice.

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NEW John’s knot | 07.06.18

John's knot, used for tying on fly hooks, or for tying lengths of nylon to the bend of a hook for fishing "New Zealand style" or "duo style". Featured in Mike Duxbury's stillwater nymphing article "Reverse New Zealand" in the June issue of FF&FT

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