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Here’s a look at what’s inside the June 2011 issue, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:
Trout On The Threadless Buzzer
Inspired by a Romanian sculptor, Rob Denson reveals a family of Buzzers destined to take the stillwater trout fishing world by storm.
One To Fish Before You Die
Finlay Wilson sings the praises of the Teith, a superb fly water with a reputation for producing big fish.
Three chances to win a Hardy Uniqua rod.
Sea-Trout In The Sunshine
West Country instructor and riverkeeper David Pilkington describes how you can catch sea-trout – and get a good night’s sleep!
Clarity In The Cotswolds
Paul Procter finds contentment on a picturesque limestone tributary of the Thames.
If The Price Is Right
Value-for-money fishing is more important than ever, says John Brown, who explains what to look for…and what to avoid.
FEATURES & TACKLE
Keepers Of The Chalk
David Nickol, Wilton House, Wiltshire.
In The Shade Of Ben Bulben
Chris McCully seeks sea-trout in Glencar Lake and the estuary of the Drumcliff River.
It’s A Shore Thing
On the Irish Loughs, says Edwin Oxlade, having your feet on terra firma can often be far more rewarding than fishing from a boat.
Three of the latest reads for trout-fishers.
The Future’s Orange
Brian Jakins finds that a certain shade of Pearsall’s silk is a hot prospect for river trout.
Paul Gaskell of the Wild Trout Trust looks at the importance of “good gravel” for the successful spawning of trout and salmon.
Practise To Deceive
Mick O’Farrell offers some patterns that have worked for surface-feeding trout on English reservoirs and Irish loughs alike.
A Life Measured In Trout
Jon Beer sploshes down a watery memory lane and recalls some notable markers in his fishing life.
Hydropower On Trial
How the S&TA will monitor new energy schemes.
A Helping Hand For Ree
Dennis Moss spends time with members of an association that fights to maintain the quality of lough trout sport in Ireland.
The latest from the world of game fishing.
Letters To The Editor
Your views on game-fishing matters.
The latest tackle reviewed.
Crawford Little answers readers’ queries.
Cooking Your Catch
Crispy salmon and prawn spring rolls.
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Fish Of The Month
Win a Sharpe’s rod.
Giles Catchpole can’t escape his gillie.
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