A look inside the June 2012 issue
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Here's a look at what you'll find in the June 2012 issue, courtesy of the 'Contents' page;
Salmon Fly Of the Month
Ross Macdonald introduces the Franc N Snaelda.
Fresh From The Sea
Dave Grove sings the praises of the River Dart's Totnes Weir Pool, an early season hotspot for big sea-trout.
Trout From Summer's Sunken Streams
Good sport can be had in low water, says Paul Procter, who reveals how.
Drifting On Loch Awe
Loch Awe is famous for ferox, but it was the feisty brown trout that drew Stan Headley to this wild western water.
The Perfect Package
Allan Sefton's love of the River Lochy becomes even stronger when he discovers that the 'big house' is now available.
Maddened By Mayfly
If the trout are refusing all the obvious patterns, Philip White suggests you must pay close attention to the rise.
Taught At The School Of Hard Knocks
Tim Bonner celebrates the joy of a day on our purest waters.
Return Of The March Brown
Robert Brown suggests a revival of March brown's is under way.
Malcolm Dutchman-Smith decides to give himself a makeover – with dubious results.
Believe It Or Not...
Andrew Wallace interprets the Scottish salmon rod catch for 2011.
Drought, Depth And A Cormorant
Peter Radula-Scott finds that the exposed banks at Bewl have their advantages.
Sea-Trout In The Library
John Brown picks the best sea-trout books.
As Wild As Trout Can Be
Chris Ogborne offers a guide to the fishing on the River Camel in Cornwall.
Don't Try This At Home
Jon Beer confesses to unnatural practices in the Jotunheimen of Norway.
The latest from the world of game-fishing.
Your views on game-fishing matters.
Your fishing questions answered by Crawford Little.
Reviews of new rods, reels and clothing.
Derek Bingham brings news on houses with fishing for sale.
Trout & Salmon's pick of the new fly-tying materials.
Fine stuff that peppers this game-fishing life.
Solve the clues and you could win an Orvis Helios rod and Hydros reel.
The latest news from the major rivers and stillwaters.
Fish Of The Month
Catch a memorable fish and win a Sharpe's of Aberdeen rod.
Seriously Big Salmon Club
Catch a 20-pounder in 2012 and join Trout & Salmon's exclusive club.
Giles Catchpole's best friend has surgery.
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