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Product Focus : Patagonia Men’s Guidewater Pants

The current range of Patagonia clothing suitable for fly fishing is growing and new products continue to be developed every season to tempt us. We put their Men's Guidewater Pants (that's trousers to you and me!) through their paces recently to see if they lived up to the claim of being suitable for both fishing and casual wear.

DVD Review: A Backyard in Nowhere

Is this the best pike fly fishing DVD ever? When we saw the trailer (see inside) we were definitely excited by the quality of the fish and the imagery and so couldn't wait to get our hands on a finished copy. It's definitely a fly fishing movie but not what you might typically expect...

Thomas Turner buys collection of 95 Hardy reels & rods

The owner was initially was going to try eBay, however when he considered listing 95 items, taking approx. 500 good photographs, making...
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Get Your Old Tackle Out 4

Say it 'aint so! Chris Sandford can’t wait for you to enjoy the fourth and final episode of his vintage tackle show Get your Old...

Getting Hooked on Fishing Hooks

Cosimo Raia contacted us from Italy recently looking for sources of vintage salmon flies and salmon hooks of the Victorian era and early 20th...

Reel Britannia…

John Wolstenholme reviews a fly reel that he reckons puts British, more specifically Yorkshire, reel manufacture firmly back on the map.
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Introducing – BANANA RODS

WHY BANANA RODS? We chose "Banana" because it is easy to say it in any language around the world....

Ultimate Fishing Adventures by Henry Gilbey

Billed on the cover as "100 Extraordinary Fishing Experiences From Around The World" and with well-known TV presenter and globe-trotting angling photographer Henry Gilbey as the author, this book held a lot of promise and hopefully a few secrets for locations off the beaten track.
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