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Here’s a look at what’s inside the April 2011 issue of Trout & Salmon magazine, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:
Sea-Trout On The Ebb And Flow
Stan Headley catches fish in the Ythan estuary to the song of the roaring surf.
Which Salmon Rod?
Gary Champion and Jim Curry test the latest 15ft double-handers.
Hidden In Hampshire
Paul Procter explores the Meon, a chalkstream overshadowed by more illustrious neighbours.
Rob Denson reworks some famous wet-flies and comes up with a selection that have earned their spurs from Blagdon to Lomond.
From Trout To Salmon
Alan Sefton offers some suggestions for that first salmon trip.
Daiwa Newera reels worth £1,800 in total await the first eight correct solutions.
FEATURES & TACKLE
Costa Del Careysville
Andrew Flitcroft visits one of Ireland’s finest salmon beats, which calls for dawn forays, balmy siestas and patience.
Back On The Water
Rob Partridge celebrates the start of the new season.
Smoke, Mirrors And Self-Interest
The S&TA’s petition to the Scottish Parliament, dissected by Guy Linley-Adams.
Root And Branch
Paul Gaskell, of the Wild Trout Trust, offers a structured approach to fishery management.
Keeping The Record Straight
Peter Martin wishes he had started a fishing diary earlier in his life.
Netsmen And Long-Liners Protect Wild Salmon
Orri Vigfusson on the integrity or otherwise of Norway’s wild salmon stocks.
Keepers Of The Chalk
Graham Mole talks to Chris de Cani.
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
Jon Beer catches trout on Jura in the Western Isles.
The Road To Uist
John Archibald recalls his painful introduction to the world of “proper” fishing.
The Deveron Festival
A chance to enjoy some classic salmon and trout fishing on one of Scotland’s finest rivers.
My Favourite Pool
Sandy Leventon’s choice is Polchraine, on the River Spey.
If At First…
Bill Hunter’s patience on the Spey is rewarded with a display of brown trout aerobatics.
Save 50 per cent on Airflo’s latest 40plus fly-lines.
The latest from the world of game-fishing.
Letters To The Editor
Your views on game-fishing matters.
Derek Bingham on houses with fishing.
Crawford Little answers readers’ queries.
What’s in May’s Trout & Salmon.
The latest tackle reviewed.
Cooking Your Catch
Amanda Robin’s latest fish recipe.
Fish Of The Month
Win a Sharpe’s rod for your memorable fish.
The best new fly-tying materials and gadgets.
Giles Catchpole ponders fly selection.
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