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 441, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:
Egg Them On
Iain Barr tempts winter doubles with an Egg and Buzzer combination.
All Popped Up!
Winning ways with foam patterns retrieved just above the lake bed.
Winter browns, waistcoat choice and foam lagging on net handles.
One Rod Suits All?
Why a through-action 5wt is an ideal choice in lean economic times.
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Cats With 999 Lives
Nick Halstead reveals his variations of the UK’s leading stillwater lure.
GAC Reader Offer
Steelhead Pro fly rod, reel and accessories for only £49.99.
The latest clothing, rods, sinking lines, neoprene waders and more!
Take A Friend Fishing
Do YOUR bit by introducing a pal to this wonderful sport.
The latest on the Scottish rod licence controversy.
Think Before You Act
Russ Owen tackles a new water that hasn’t been stocked for two months.
TF readers have their say on red flies and the cost of running a trout fishery.
Things to do in the months ahead.
Jeff Prest assesses the latest release.
The Net result
A controversial net at Manor farm Fishery has its benefits…
Things To Do Now
Hywel Morgan inspires stillwater anglers to the the rivers.
A tribute to John Goddard
This month’s badge winners.
Czech Course In Grayling
David Downie shares tips and advice learned from the grayling masters.
Peacock Bass On Fly
Paul Procter tackles this exotic species in the Florida sunshine.
Jeff Prest on the need for recruitment.
Paul Procter on the possibilities of fishing naturals in February.
Flies Of The Month
Two proven winter patterns.
Robbie Winram reviews beads, threads, foam and barbless hooks.
Top 8 Flies For 2013
Top Scottish angler David Downie opens his new season fly box.
Peter Gathercote ties split-winged dries, Fraser Nymph and the Viva.
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? At the time of writing, you could save £12 off the price of an annual subscription AND get FREE UK delivery! CLICK HERE for the latest online subscription offer.