Trout Fisherman magazine will fulfil your tackle, instruction and where to fish needs. If you’re into still-water fly fishing, it’s a must read, comprehensively covering techniques to catch even more fish, with detailed, informative and friendly advice.
Here's a quick look inside issue 418, courtesy of the 'Inside...' page:
Peter Cockwill revels in the start of the mayfly season.
The Hills Are Alive
Cameron Neil enjoys fine top-of-the-water sport at New Haylie.
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Taking The Rise
Russ Symons' reservoir dry fly tips.
Leaders, rough weather tactics and how to fish nymphs and Buzzers.
Discover the delights of flyfishing just off the Scottish motorways.
Trout Fisherman readers have their say on sun protection and rod joints.
The latest tackle reviewed including rods, reels, luggage and clothing.
Robbie Winram casts his eye over some new fly patterns.
Fulling Mill Offer
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Glasgow Angling Offer
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Read On The Fly
Jeff Prest reviews the latest flyfishing books and DVD's.
The Egg Fly comes to the rescue at scenic Canada Lakes.
Catch Me If You Can
How to target browns without rainbows getting in the way.
Are you among this month's badge winners – plus fishery news.
The latest news from the trout scene.
Jeff Prest discovers the perfect antidote to the 'celebrity' footballer.
Trout Fisherman tackled the highest lake in England on one of the coldest days!
Ceri Jones goes afloat on Ireland's Lough Currane
Casts For Salmon
Hywel Morgan on how to master the double-handed spey cast.
Paul Procter heads for an exposed hill tarn in search of early season browns.
THE HOME TYER
Marabou, scissors, Gel-Core, Fritz and more.
The revolutionary 720 vice.
Stripping peacock quill.
All Dried Out
Peter Gathercole's dry fly tying advice.
The Big Red
How to tie this great dry fly.
Barry Unwin judges this month's entries.
Why A Fly Works
The Thomas Yellow Mayfly.
Longshank Hare's Ear, Mayfly Emerger and the Grey May.
Tie this deadly dry fly.
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