“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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Fly Tying Symposium Postponed Due to COVID Concerns

The International Fly Tying Symposium scheduled for the third week in November in Somerset,  NJ has been postponed “for a year” according to event organizers.  Read the press release below for more info. August 31, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE USE 30 th INTERNATIONAL FLY TYING SYMPOSIUM POSTPONED BY PANDEMIC UNTIL NEXT YEAR SOMERSET, Penn. – The […]

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A Crappy Boat Ride, a Record Catch, and a Fly Fishing Frenzy

So, Sports Illustrated isn’t exactly known for its wall-to-wall fly fishing coverage. In fact, since some friends of mine who used to cover the NBA left the magazine, I don’t remember the last time I picked up an issue. But they just put together a great piece that features an excerpt from Monte Burke’s book Lords of the […]

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Huge barbel from the Trent

A bait-and delay project has actually represented the capture of among the River Trent’s largest ever before barbel covering the ranges at 17lb 9oz. The prominent location was virtually rupturing its financial institutions, yet that really did not quit Adrian Garside from defeating his …

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Essential tips to improve your river fishing

RIVERS can be a daunting experience for many anglers as there is so much water to choose from…. but fear not. This article will help you! The following river angling tips should help you locate the fish and put more specimens in the bottom of your landing net. A good starting point would be spending […]

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Poachers’ illegal river nets thwarted

A QUICK-THINKING angler saved dozens of prime coarse fish from being killed by calling the Environment Agency’s incident hotline to report illegal netting. This net was strung across the River Nene. Two EA officers and three Police officers from Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s Rural Crime Action Team rushed to the River Nene, near March. They searched for […]

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Spawning fish – angler’s guide to when and where they do it

ANGLER’S MAIL columnist Dr Ian Welch looks at spawning and whether anglers should target fish at specific times. Fish spawning – these carp are going for it! If any of you were fortunate enough to live close enough to a river or lake for it to be part of your daily exercise walk during the […]

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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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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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Sturgeon says Commons vote severe blow to PM deal

Image caption Nicola Sturgeon said the Commons defeat was a “severe blow” to Mr Johnson MPs putting Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal on hold is a “severe blow” to the prime minister, Nicola Sturgeon has said. The Scottish first minister reacted after MPs voted to withhold backing for the agreement negotiated with EU chiefs until exit […]

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