Story: “Waves and Water”

This introspective story comes to us from Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten. The point Dom makes in his story is that often we conflate fishing success with lots of trout in the net. In reality, what brings us back to fishing so often isn’t the fish, but the water itself. See if you agree with Dom’s take, […]

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Video: Using Hackle Guards

Phil Monahan put this piece together for the Orvis blog a few days ago, and it’s definitely worth sharing. If you’ve never used hackle guards, they can be a great help when working on flies in the vise. Read the story and watch the video here. The post Video: Using Hackle Guards appeared first on […]

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The Black Women Leading South Africas Wine Revolution Curren…

The Black Women Leading South Africas Wine Revolution Currently, firms like Seven Sisters are blazing an advanced trail.They recognize exactly how to function on the ranch, yet they do not recognize exactly how to develop the company., the firm she started with her spouse a month after pleasing Kleynhans, which is additionally the prominent importer […]

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Goodbye Del Smith, an angling fantastic

CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information and also pictures specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc. CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information as well as images solely to: anglersmail @timeinc.

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Scientist Put Penguins On Treadmills For Science Even more a…

Scientist Put Penguins On Treadmills For Science Even more at house on ice, the penguins entailed in this research were educated to stroll on a treadmill, allowing a team of scientists to keep an eye on just how their body motions transformed along 3 various axes as rate was raised. According to the research writers, […]

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

“Sports Illustrated” just released this excerpt from the newly published book by Monte Burke titled “Lords of the Fly.”  Burke, who is also author of “Saban,” “Fourth and Goal, and “Sowbelly,” wrote this book about the storied sport of fly fishing for tarpon and includes all the interesting personalities and guides who make up the […]

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UK Kayak angling in the Bristol Channel

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Supermarket meat baits that fish really love!

WONDERING what baits to try next? Trying to keep your bait bills low? Make more effort to explore the aisles in your local supermarket… Meat fishing baits come in all shapes and sizes… including good old balls! There are countless shelves stacked with convenient products that work superbly, and there are meat baits galore! Some […]

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NHS to benefit from Social Distancing Carp Cup

ANGLERS all over the country have been doing their bit to support the hard-working NHS staff during the Covid-19 crisis – and there’s a special event for carp fans. Mike Salisbury created the Social Distancing Carp Cup. Angler’s Mail columnist Mike Salisbury has devised an NHS Fundraiser in the form of the Social Distancing Carp […]

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Fishing tackle plastic reduction efforts blasted by campaigner

THE angling trade has been blasted for not doing enough about single-use plastic. Chris Turnbull is campaigning for fishing tackle plastic use to be reduced. Fishing tackle plastic is being increasingly questioned as the global environmental improvement lobby grows. Angler’s Mail has regularly reported on the impressive success in recycling line, coordinated by the Anglers […]

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