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  1. Re: 7lb wild brown in the river leven kinlochleven

    What a superb brown trout - congratulations on the catch. If you have the photo also uploaded on a sharing site such as Flickr you can use the link from there when using the add an image function...
  2. Monster shark fishing tournaments face growing pressure to reform

    Source: The Guardian

    Competitions to catch monster sharks have been held on the US Atlantic coast for decades, but now critics are stepping up their fight and calling for a ban.

    It’s 4am at the...
  3. Re: Simple beginner Drag issue : help appreciated

    Hi irishflyfisher,

    Lots of us have struggled with this over the years and a different way to put a mend in your line as you cast but before the fly hits the water is with a reach cast. Check out...
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    Re: Where in Warwick can I fiish?

    Sorry I saw this too late to reply - did you find anywhere in the end? Our sister site www.wheretofish.co.uk is great for this type of info.
  5. Thread: Alaska

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    Re: Alaska

    Hi rocco7927 - this is a bit of a cross-promotion but on our North American Fly Fishing Forums site (which you can also use your same login and password on by the way!) we have a whole section on...
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    Re: Rare Catch On The Fly In Thailand

    I sent this to my friend Doug Olander who is Editor of Sport Fishing Magazine in the USA as I know they have a fish ID column each issue. His experts came back with this identification and some...
  7. Hundreds of trout return to refurbished spawning race

    Tuesday, 12 July 2016, 11:26 am
    Press Release: Fish and Game New Zealand
    12 July 2016

    Hundreds of trout return to refurbished spawning race in the Waitaki Hydro system

    After the first full...
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    Re: Rare Catch On The Fly In Thailand

    So who has some of their own weird and wonderful catches to share?

    This is one strange beastie I caught fishing over a shallow reef in Thailand last year.
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  9. Thread: Help please

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    Re: Help please

    Hi Daithi, did this resolve itself as yet or are you still unable to post?
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    Re: Barramundi on the fly

    Hi Barraman, no I've never been to Australia yet but it's near the top of the to do list :-)

    I have had the chance to fish for barramundi in Thailand though where they are stocked as a food...
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    Re: Mako Shark Fishing

    Some of the craziest and most fun fly fishing I have ever experienced. Conway Bowman is a good friend of mine from when I was living in San Diego a few years back now and there is no-one better to go...
  12. Sticky: Please let us know if you spot any spam messages

    We seem to have been hit quite hard recently with spammers on the Fish&Fly forums and I have started removing these where I see them. Please do report any posts/threads where obvious non-fishing spam...
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    New Home for ASF Rivernotes

    While this site receives some deep and needed maintenance in 2016, we are posting our ASF RIVERNOTES to a site within the ASF’s main website. Recent posts there: ASF RIVERNOTES for June 8, 2016 ASF...
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    Mid-October on Glorious Rivers

    There have been some wonderful days on salmon rivers in the Maritimes this fall. After that major deluge a few weeks ago the waters receded, and did so slightly faster than many had predicted. We...
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    Beautiful Fall Rivers

    This is an autumn to remember. Last week the rains came to many rivers, but especially those in New Brunswick, and the Miramichi and dozens of others overflowed into the surrounding forests. This...
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    The change of season was remarkably fast for our rivers.*Tuesday for many in Atlantic salmon country was yet another day where the rivers were low, and the air temperatures*almost summer-like.*For...
  17. Northumberland Strait Rivers Have Sporadic Rain and Sporadic Salmon

    All Atlantic salmon anglers are optimists, and perhaps that is one of the reasons they are great people to hang around with. But there is a special breed of optimist known as the Northumberland...
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    Watch a Salmon, Watch the River

    Any individual who loves*watching wild Atlantic salmon will also appreciate clean clear-flowing rivers. And as the world changes so fast around us, that appreciation becomes deeper. And that...
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    For taking a late summer vacation, the period leading up to Labour Day Weekend and into the beginning of this week was wonderful. Clear skies and warm temperatures across a large area of eastern...
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    When Photographs Tell the Story

    From time to time special photographs can bring a river experience to life, and for some of us the image above succeeds. The water rippling, the sun glinting off the salmon, the beauty of the scale...
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    Continued Signs of Better Runs

    An ATV accident in Newfoundland involving salmon anglers headed for a favourite stream happened far from areas of cell coverage, and a satellite phone saved the day. We would like to hear any stories...
  22. An Overview of European Salmon Rivers in 2015

    Note for Anglers in New Brunswick: DFO has again closed many deep pools on the Miramichi due to high temperatures and the need for enhanced conservation measures. For a full list of closures...
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    ASF RIVERNOTES Reaches 100th Blog Post

    ASF RIVERNOTES has reached its 100th blog post since*coming into the internet world*in 2011. In that time it has provided readers a holistic overview of the situation on the rivers and the return of...
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    Magic in an Old Growth Newfoundland Forest

    There was a time when many diverse interests came together to preserve the Main River and its Old Growth Forest in Newfoundland. This is a magical watershed that is short on roads and big on walking...
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    Saving the Miramichi

    This week’s ASF Rivernotes draws attention to an increasing number of reports of poaching on the Miramichi. It also highlights the wonderful stories that take place on our salmon rivers; stories that...
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