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 426, courtesy of the ‘Contents’ page:
Fry Feeder Decline?
Back end fry sport has been sporadic at best in recent years.
Dry Flies In Winter
Match angler Phil Dixon targets rising fish on a shallow water while most are fishing mymphs.
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The clothing you should wear to stay warm this winter. PLUS landing nets, buzzer set-ups, braided loops and more.
Peter Cockwill says rainbows fight harder in the cold.
Winter Lure Tactics
After experimenting, Rob Edmunds creates a new lure.
The challenge of fishing size 32 ‘flecks of fluff’ in winter.
The latest on the trout scene, including hydropower warning.
Controversial? Maybe, but they could also be good news.
Robbie Winram reviews the latest flyfishing gear.
Read On The Fly
Jeff Prest reviews three books and reveals his Christmas top 4.
Winter clothing just £49.99.
Trout Fisherman readers have their say.
Spotlight on Phil Dixon and his successful 2011 season.
Are you among this month’s badge winners?
The 2012 competition season starts now, says Rob Edmunds.
A fishery struggles to keep the planners happy.
WILD FISH SECTION
If you’re keen to sample Ireland’s wild trout loughs, now’s the time to book your trip.
Paul Douras has the patterns for all eventualities.
HOME TYER SECTION
Hit The Fry
Successful imitations from Rob Edmunds and Kieran Bonas.
Flies for small waters and tying the Glass Minnow.
Flies To Try This Month
Paul Procter’s recommended patterns for winter.
Barry Unwin judges this month’s entries.
Fox furs, UV varnish and SwissCdC.
Holo Cormorant, Humungus Booby, Lite-Brite Minkie and Jason’s Cool Blue.
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