Trout & Salmon always has a great cover shot, and the June 2010 issue is no exception. On top of that, we have the promise of articles on summer sea-trout, evening river fishing, ways to catch more salmon, wet and dry sedges and a feature on the Peak District.
Here's a sneaky peak at the contents page inside:
Think Slender For A Sea-Trout
The deadliest flies are slim, sparse and impressionistic, says John Gray.
“It Pushed A Lot Of Water”
Richard Baker reports the capture of one of the largest wild trout caught on the Tweed.
The Sublime To The Ridiculous
Hold the front page, writes John Beer.
Stop Casting, Start Fishing
Matt Hayes cancasses expert opinion on the best ways to fish a salmon sly.
A First On The Fly
Andrew Flitcroft tells of a huge salmon caught from the Hampshire Avon.
Two Bites At The Cherry
Paul Procter explains why the blue-winged olive is good for anglers.
Sedges, Wet And Dry
Mick O'Farrell recommends a selection of patterns for wild waters and reservoirs.
Schools In For Summer
Steffan Jones explains the tactics for the main run of sea-trout.
FEATURES & TACKLE
Cooking Your Catch
Amanda Robin serves riverbank treats.
Trout & Salmon's pick of the best new fly-tying materials and useful gadgets.
Get 50 percent off Rio T1 trout lines.
Little Jack Horners
Those flies that sit in the corner of your fly-box are an insurance against disaster, writes Stan Headley.
Memories Of Mackenzie
Graham Mole recalls meetings with the man who gillied for Wallis Simpson and David Niven.
Trout & Salmon's pick of the latest game-fishing tackle.
A Love-Hate Relationship
Denis Moss on the moody mystery of Lough Sheelin and its brown trout.
Random Memories Of The Sussex Ouse
Gordon Vinell looks back on his 50 years of fishing the Sussex Ouse.
Fly-Fishing At The Click Of A Mouse
Trout & Salmons' website offers a wealth of information for the game fisher, including a T&S archive.
The latest from the world of game-fishing.
Letters To The Editor
Your views on game-fishing matters.
Derek Bingham on houses with fishing.
Crawford Little answers readers' queries.
Four suberb Speyworks SLP double-handed rods, worth £1,896, to be won.
Sharpe's Fish Of The Month
Win a salmon or trout rod.
Giles Catchpole recalls a spot of bother with a fly for Rizla the Vizsla.
Trout and Salmon magazine has been the Voice of Game-Fishing since 1955. Every month the finest contributors in the sport deliver informative, inspirational and entertaining writing, offering sage advice on locations, tackle and tactics with beautiful photography. If you are searching for a new place to fish, Trout and Salmon’s Fishing Reports are a collectable record of the state of Britain and Ireland’s major game fisheries and have become an important archive for all fly-fishers. Trout and Salmon magazine is also a forum for debate of the most contentious issues that dominate fly-fishing today.
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