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Fishing on the Frontier

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Fishing on the Frontier – Part 44: The Changing River

Following on with the theme of presentation this month, which is so visible on the river angling agenda nowadays, one cannot help but notice...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 15

Micro Dry Fly It is a somewhat surprising fact that few British anglers actually fish to the size of the flies they are imitating. Consider...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 2

by Jeremy Lucas - San River - Part 2 The second part of Jeremy's first article in his new series for Fish & Fly called 'Fishing...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 21

Tactical While never happier than wading my river hunting for wild trout and grayling, I have to admit that much of this stems from my...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 12: The Double Nymph Presentation

March Browns have appeared on almost every day I have been out lately on Eden. No matter what the farms seem to do to...
A feeder beck on the Eden - perfect Tenkara territory!

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 45: Western-style Goes East

I never really agree with the cliché that there is nothing new in the sport. That would be to deny originality. There is always...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 20

Tactical Wading Part 3 River fly fishing, indeed all fly fishing, is mostly about presentation.  I know that flies are important - specific patterns; but...
Fishing the San River in Poland - home to this years World Championships

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 31

World Championship Jeremy Lucas returns with his popular series about the leading edge of fly fishing development and what we can all learn from it. It...

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 35: The New Frontier

Fly Fishing guide, instructor and author Jeremy Lucas notes the continued rise in interest in fishing for grayling this winter and adds his own...
Czech international fly fisher Dan Svrcek during one of his demos

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 46: The Leader

The interest and development in leader-only techniques are accelerating rapidly. It has been the influence of the European river masters, stemming from the French,...
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