I always look forward to the next Trout & Salmon magazine. Even if you're not a fly-fisherman, the covers couldn't fail to please your eye!
As well as a lovely photograph, this month's cover also promises articles on Scotland's most famous Loch, methods for low-water success, wild river trout, loch style fishing, new flies, an Irish lough and a trout reel competition.
Let's take a look at what else is on offer, courtesy of the 'Contents' page:
Loch Style: Then, Now, And Tomorrow
Allan Sefton looks at a branch of fly-fishing that has seen many changes and innovations.
Born On The Tay
Tony Black ties a more subdued fly for clearer water – and one that's a little brighter.
Wading Jackets On Test
Richard Baker and Andrew Flitcroft review a selection of the latest wading jackets.
A Sedge-Fisher's Summer
After hiding for much of the year, sedges bring memorable sport, says Paul Procter.
Win New Abel Trout Reels
Superb reels worth £1,450 in Trout & Salmon's popular crossword competition.
Stan Headley looks at buzzer fishing on the famous Scottish trout water.
Blue Sky Salmon
Nick Robinson offers salmon tactics for extreme low water.
Return To Arrow
Dennis Moss revists the water that gave him his first taste of fishing the Irish loughs.
FEATURES & TACKLE
Trout & Salmon's pick of the best new fly-tying materials, including traditional dubbing and gold trout hooks.
Last, But Not Least
Steffan Jones explains why August and September produce the most explosive sea-trout sport.
“Take Philip, Then”
Grayling was the draw for Jon Beer on the River Irfon. His wife pulled out, leaving the instruction...
Sleeping Over Trout
Richard Baker discovers a secluded wild trout loch on the beautiful Solway coast.
Out Of The Blue
A surprise fly-tying request led Ronald Sutherland to develop a deadly new sea trout fly.
Trout & Salmon's pick of the latest game-fishing tackle.
At The Right Hand Of Falkus
Chris McCully and Grevel Lindop pay tribute to fisherman poet Tom Rawling.
Cooking Your Catch
Amanda Robin serves American savoury muffins.
Get a Greys salmon-fishing kit for only £285.
A Day On The Water
Henry Giles reports on the Fishing For Forces day for those returning from operational duty.
Jon Beer reviews At the Loch of the Green Corrie by Andrew Greig.
A look ahead to the September issue.
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 reader's queries.
Sharpe's Fish Of the Month
Catch a memorable fish and win a salmon or trout rod.
Giles Catchpole gets to grips with modern salmon-fishing technique.
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