Trout Fisherman is the UK’s No.1 still-water fly fishing magazine.
Trout Fisherman (TF) 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 brief look inside issue 422, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:
MAIN MAGAZINE SECTION
Russell Owen discovers the delights of this Welsh gem.
Catch And Release
Peter Gathercole covers the issues behind safe release.
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The latest news from the trout scene around the country.
Nymph, No Mania
Do we make nymphing harder that it need be?
Green For Go!
Bernie Maher unlocks the secret to success at Ladybower.
One Man’s Team
A ‘multinational’ approach to the challenge of fishing multiple flies.
Lures in summer, sea trout set-up and casting with indicators.
TF review the latest tackle including rods, reels and waders.
Small water outfit for £69.99.
Two Scottish stillwaters under new management.
TF readers have their say.
Are you a responsible angler?
Full report from the grand final.
Who’s performed well and the methods that caught.
Lexus organiser John Horsey on stockies, Blobs and time bonuses.
Are you among this month’s badge winners?
GAC Open Weekend
Don’t mis this great tackle event.
Why too much fishing can be bad for your marriage.
WILD FISH SECTION
The Spooks Of Bodmin
Russ Symons is intrigued by the varying colours of Colliford’s browns.
An Early Morning Bass
Andrew Roynon shares his experiences of targeting bass on the fly.
Watch & Wait
Owain Mealing adopts a patient approach for River Usk trout.
HOME TYER SECTION
Flies To Try This Month
Paul Procter reveals the patterns that front his late summer campaign.
Barry Unwin judges this month’s entries.
Keeping you up to date with the latest tools and materials.
Robbie Winram assesses the new Vision 2in1 model.
How to tie this summer favourite.
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