When I was a youngster, which isn’t as long ago as my kids seem to think, I often used to buy fishing magazines just to see what tackle offers were about. Many people still do, so the ‘What Gear 2011’ guide included in this month’s Trout Fisherman (TF) will certainly prove popular with those people, I’m sure.
Here’s a look at what’s inside the main magazine, courtesy of the ‘Inside…’ page:
A Hint Of Red Glint
Why you can’t afford to be without a Red Holo pattern this season.
Discover the delights of flyfishing just off the midlands motorways.
TF readers have their say.
Draycote’s positive ‘jungle drums’.
Evolution of tactics and flies at Grafham Water.
Kevin Moss discusses the delicate topic of smel…
Why there’s never a dull moment in a fly-fisher’s life.
Ian Muckle looks ahead to the new season’s sport.
My Top 8
England international Simon Robinson reveals his favourite flies.
TF’s experts answer your questions.
Jeff Prest checks out the United Utilities ban on float-tubing.
Sixth Sense Line Test
TF review the latest Airflo fly line.
The latest tackle, including the Hardy Sintrix rod and Daiwa’s New Era reel.
Flies For 2011
New patterns to try this season.
Save £138 on a stillwater travel outfit.
Save 50% on Airflo’s 40-Plus lines.
A Delbury Haul
Matt Hayes and friends have a bumper session at their local water.
Latest news and listings.
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A debate on fly-tying insensitivity?
WILD FISH SECTION
Paul Procter’s tale of River Don wild brownies.
Wild rainbows in Argentina.
Brown Trout Tactics
Instruction to get you started.
Tell The Difference
Identify salmon and sea trout.
Contributors relive memorable sea trout and salmon catches.
Gear Up For
Win £1,000 worth of Greys tackle.
THE HOME TYER
Spruce up old wet flies.
Fly-Tying problems solved.
Fly tying tools and materials.
Griffin Montana Mongoose
Wet Fly Profile
Peter Gathercole celebrates the Invicta
Barry Unwin judges this month’s entries.
Why A Fly Works
The Golden Olive Bumble
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