How to Tie an Apple Green Caddis Emerger

Matt from Savage Flies shows the steps for an Apple Green Caddis Emerger, a pattern that is popular among anglers fishing Great Smoky Mountains National Park (and other places, of course). “Another fly pattern popular the Great Smoky Mountains, the Apple Green Caddis Emerger is an excellent spring pattern to try whenever the green caddis […]

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Esthwaite 28lb pike waits up until darkness

http://www.gofishing.co.uk/Angling-Times/Section/News–Catches/General-News/Esthwaite-28lb-pike-waits-until-darkness/ Esthwaite water has actually remained in great type for pike this wintertime as David Black found when he banked this 28lb 4oz specimen.The Barrow-in-Furness fishermen went to the Lake District place, where he fished a fixed lamprey area on 2 treble hooks …

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Tips on Fly Fishing

Tips on Fly Fishing There are countless live-bait fishermens, that are superb athletes, yet the fly angler can exercise far better preservation from the get go. Essentially, fly angling is not just one of the fastest expanding sporting activities; it is among the leading types of saving natural deposits in addition to supplying marine leisure. […]

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Angling is now allowed in England – and venues begin to reopen

LOCKDOWN measures have been modified – and for anglers in England, at least, it’s been the positive news so many have been waiting for. In England only, Wednesday, May 13 signalled the start of people being  allowed to take unlimited exercise outdoors. And people in England can now enjoy parks and public spaces without having […]

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Neolithic chewing gum helps recreate image of ancient Dane

Analysis of birch tar describes a female hunter-gatherer with dark skin and blue eyes At the dawn of the Neolithic era, a young woman discarded a lump of ancient chewing gum made from birch tar into a shallow, brackish lagoon that drew fishers to the coast of southern Denmark. Nearly 6,000 years later, researchers excavating […]

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Angler’s Mail magazine star John Bailey leads calls to save river roach stocks

THE successful Avon Roach Project will be stopping their work after fully restocking the river – but anglers want more action from the Environment Agency across the country. Roach fishing great John Bailey is calling for action. Roach ace John Bailey (pictured above) led the calls. Whilst delighted with the success of the Avon Roach […]

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Exciting Murray cod fishing in small water

A bite window opened up while Mark Adams and I were Murray cod fishing last night. The fishing started slow and then the Murray cod went nuts for a little while. Read more: www.youtube.com

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Antis jump on scientist’s latest fish ‘pain’ opinion

OPPONENTS of angling have jumped on a research paper on the issue of ‘do fish feel pain?”. Perch were amongst the fish studied for the review that anti angling groups pounced upon. Its claims have been countered by the Angling Trust.. Anti angling groups were featured in coverage by the national media of the latest […]

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Review: Maver Reality Side Tray

The Maver Reality Side Tray comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: a side tray for seatbox and fishing chair systems. Specifications: aluminium construction; drainage holes in the corners; supplied with universal fittings, for 25, 30 […]

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First Footage Of A Tarantula Preying On An Opossum Is Both Awesome And Nightmare-Inducing

In the nightfall of the Amazon rainforest, a team of biologists “heard some scrabbling in the leaf litter.” They shined their headlamps in the direction of the unrest and spotlighted – much to their surprise, horror, and perhaps perverse joy – a tarantula the size of a dinner plate dragging a young opossum across the forest floor. The team believes this may […]

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