Monday, July 23, 2018
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Fly Fishing for Cumbrian Gold

Words and pictures by Paul Sharman In a county better known for the copper mining history of the Lake District, it was in fact the stunning...

Against All Odds

Check out this video we found on YouTube of an epic Atlantic Salmon battle from the Byske River in Sweden involving a long (and wet) struggle through the rapids to land the 30lb fish.

Wonky Willows and Magnificent Mahogany Reredos

This next chunk of guff is being chucked up by a withered husk that has returned to chainsaw duties. Some of my meagre muscles...

New Season! Just In! Everything on this rail £5!

And we're off! Two days into the new fishing season and fish are already falling for a hawthorn in some of the heaviest hatches of...
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CHALK The Movie – Film Review

CHALK – Bedrock of Fly Fishing Exclusive to FishingTV. They Say "The Test. The Itchen. Broadlands. Mottisfont. Halford. Skues. Sawyer. The names associated with the chalkstreams of...

Summer Sea Trout Fishing

We are just coming into the summer sea trout fishing season and Allan Shephard takes a look at how to make the most of your fishing.

Monster Royalty Salmon

It was a very special day for Peter Fine on Hampshire Avon’s Royalty Fishery last week as he landed a 40lb plus salmon.
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Lost in New Zealand

Up and coming fly fisherwoman Katka Švagrová has been making quite a name for herself with her fly fishing adventures around the world the last...

Tackle Up for Sea Trout

It's the perfect time to fish for sea trout and Chris Hayward gives his top tips and tackle selections to target them.

A Clear Winner in Sussex – Chalk Springs Trout Fishery

A recent visit to the beautiful old town of Arundel in West Sussex, complete with its magnificent castle and nestled around the tidal upper reaches of the River Arun was the perfect chance to visit Chalk Springs Fishery for some clear water fly fishing for rainbow and brown trout.
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