A look at issue 431, on sale May 2nd, 2012 – May 29th, 2012
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 431, courtesy of the 'Contents' page:
From Top To Bottom
John Wilshaw works three different levels at Eyebrook.
Off The Pull
Iain Barr experiments with fishing a static lure under the bung.
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Expert advice on multi-piece rods, the Mayfly season and polyleaders.
Dry Fly Q&A
Paul Procter guides you through the key areas of fishing dries.
Trout Fisherman contributors discuss their favourite dry fly set ups.
Rob Edmunds reveals his winning tactics on opening day.
Art Of The Curve
Why changing the angle of retrieve can result in more fish.
Robbie Winram reviews the latest flyfishing tackle and accessories.
GAC Reader Offer
Greys GS rod outfit for £119.99.
Airflo Reader Offer
Buy a Nano rod and get the reel, line and backing free.
TF readers have their say.
Latest Competition Results
Are you among this month's badge winners?
TF talks to Dave Downie.
After The Mayfly
How to tempt trout that have had their fill of these insects.
Jeff Prest deals with tangles by returning to his comfort zone.
WILD FISH SECTION
A range of imitations to see you through the season.
Freedom To Explore
Paul Procter fishes New Zealand's mountain streams.
HOME TYER SECTION
Flies Of The Month
Paul Procter reveals his favourite May patterns.
Trout Fisherman talk discretion, dry flies and hair conditioner with Dave Shipman.
How to tie in deer hair and much more...
Clear Cure Goo resins and Predator fibres.
Second round winners revealed, plus how to enter round four.
How to tie McGowan's MayFly.
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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