Fly Fishing for Trout

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Fly Fishing for Trout Fly fishing is usually done for the different types of trout that exist in the waters and streams of the Western United States. A fly fishing journey to Colorado will find you capturing mainly rainbow trout, however if you are fishing the Great Lakes region, you will be looking at more […]

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“Trout Grass: The Revival Edition” Now Available

Laramie, Wyo.—Trout Grass returns! Revised and remastered for 2020, the award-winning film is back as The Revival Edition, and available for streaming and digital download through Amazon Prime Video, Fishing TV and Troutgrass.com. Additionally, The Revival Edition DVD includes a new commentary track with author David James Duncan and craftsman Glenn Brackett. Deleted scenes, outtakes and a short film featuring Trout Grass creator Andy Royer round […]

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Atmosphere Agency Unveils New Rod Licence Images

http://www.flyfishing.co.uk/fly-fishing-news/344887-environment-agency-unveils-new-rod-licence-images.html New short article published on Flyfishing.co.uk: Environment Agency Unveils New Rod Licence Images

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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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Record stickleback agony at the scales for masked angler

ALL-ROUNDER Colin Etherington came within a whisker of the British stickleback record with this 7.89 g whopper. Colin recently told Angler’s Mail about how he is taking extra safety precautions when fishing, hence the mask in this photograph. His jumbo three-spined stickleback fell an agonising 0.11 g short of the official 8 g giant caught […]

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Endangered eels are surging back

ENDANGERED eels look set for much better years ahead, after a bumper crop of ‘babies’ was spotted. Elvers are returning in the best numbers than for many years. Andrew Kerr, chairman of the Sustainable Eel Group, has found huge numbers of elvers in the mighty River Severn catchment system. Elvers – also called glass eels […]

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Government and bank cash helps Angling Direct fishing chain during crisis

BRITAIN’S largest tackle shop chain has taken a £2.5million short-term bank loan to help its efforts to ride out the coronavirus crisis. Angling Direct how they are tackling the impact of coronavirus, as tackle shops everywhere await news of when they can reopen. The Angling Direct fishing tackle business has also put most of its […]

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Review: Carp Spirit Magnum Chairs

The Carp Spirit Magnum Chairs come under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 product inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: fishing chairs. Deluxe specifications: thermoformed, anti-slip mattress; fully adjustable back rake mechanism; CamoSkin border with high-density foam padding; lightweight aluminium frame; padded neoprene arm […]

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Giant end-of-season barbel slammed scales to 19 lb 4 oz

CHRIS THOMSON knew that flood conditions would be perfect for catching a big barbel, and his hunch proved right, as he landed this 19 lb 4 oz giant. Chris Thomson displays his stunning 19 lb 4 oz Avon barbel. The 65-year-old groundworker landed the giant Hampshire Avon barbel from a club stretch near Ringwood. He […]

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