IF4™ Launches 2020 Virtual Screening Platform, Upcoming Dates starting September 1

The International Fly Fishing Film Festival has announced the launch of its new streaming platform for distribution of the “Virtual IF4.”  Virtual screenings will begin in late September.   See the press release below for more info. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 28, 2020 IF4™ Launches 2020 Virtual Screening Platform, Upcoming Dates starting September 1 Cranbrook, British […]

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Lords of the Flies – Fishing Britain episode 35

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Make fantastic jelly pellet angling lure

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MAKE BRILLIANT LOW COST BOILIES

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Angling Lures What Lures

What Lures, What Fish? Spoons Taken into consideration one of the most easy of all various other appeals, they obtained their name due to the fact that they appear like the head of a spoon. They represent the lure fish by tottering and also doing a flickering activity or activity. Spoons are superb for beginners […]

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British zander record survives by the skin of its teeth

KIERAN ROCHE came within 2 oz of making history with this 21 lb 3 oz monster. Kieran’s giant was so close to the British zander record. The 29-year-old nudged the British zander record when he tempted the fish from the River Severn on a white shad lure. Coventry, West Midlands-based Kieran, who works for Jaguar […]

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Best river swims to fish this season

WONDERING which swim to choose on a river for different species of fish and for different times of the year? Read on, as Angler’s Mail helps you… River fishing on a willow swim. River fishing tips are no good if you haven’t found the fish first. Any successful river angler knows that shoals of fish […]

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Environment Agency fisheries work halted in coronavirus crisis

THE Environment Agency have confirmed fisheries staff are not working as normal – but will come out to real emergencies. Funded by rod licence money, anglers are keen to see as much EA fisheries support and enforcement work carrying on, safely. But the Covid-19 outbreak has caused real challenges for EA fisheries staff. The Great […]

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A trek from poverty through a war zone they knew nothing about

(CNN)In small groups they trudge along the desolate desert road, young men and some women, from Somalia and Ethiopia. Some carry plastic bags with snacks, plastic water bottles, an extra scrap of clothing. In one of the small fishing villages from which human traffickers operate, two men lounge in their long, thin white boat, still […]

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Environment Agency keeps selling rod licences despite lockdown fishing ‘ban’

COARSE angling has been ‘banned’ by the Environment Agency in the coronavirus lockdown – but they won’t be offering anglers any rebate or extension for the £30 or £45 annual rod licence. The standard two-rod EA rod licence has an image of minnows. With lockdown fishing ‘banned’, they are still being sold. Lockdown fishing  is […]

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