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 look at some of the great features to be found in issue 430, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:
Flies tied in shades of yellow give a day’s sport to remember.
Where Concrete Meets Clay
Iain Barr exploits Farmoor’s bloodworm and fry feeders.
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Breathable chest waders, teams of flies and netting your catch.
Eight Flies For 2012
John Wilshaw reveals his favourite flies and tactics.
Can quick-thinking save an early season boat session?
The spread of the killer shrimp, Grafham’s opening day and more.
Robbie Winram reviews the latest flyfishing tackle and accessories.
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Readers ask if we need season tickets these days.
Latest competition results, including the Commonwealth.
This month’s badge winners, plus fishery news and catch pictures.
Trout Fisherman talks to Russell Owen, the youngest-ever world champion.
A dank day in the Borders is lit up by a fly for all seasons.
Nick Halstead’s tips for dealing with coloured water conditions.
Jeff Prest asks whether we really need angling in the Olympics? He thinks not…
The Irish Mayfly
Fly-tyer Paul Douras sings the praises of traditionally-tied mayfly imitations.
John Horsey is “blown away” by the wild trout sport on offer in Tasmania’s rivers.
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Flies Of The Month
Paul Procter reveals his favourite April patterns.
Tying a Hare’s Ear and creating round Booby eyes.
First round winners revealed, plus how to enter round three.
Bespoke fly-tying station, quality marabou and ready-prepared spinner bodies.
How to tie a Pearly Red Palmer, Bead-Eyed Damsel Nymph and CdC Gnat.
As you can see from the above, Trout Fisherman is brimming with great articles and advice and really does offer great value at just £3.30. You’ll find it in any good newsagent or supermarket. However, why not save all that searching around and get yourself a subscription? Not only could you save a few pounds, but you could also get FREE DELIVERY and a FREE GIFT!
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