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Key Hatches For April – Infographic

Key Hatches For April – Infographic

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Fly Fishing For Early Season Trout – How To Catch Them

Fly Fishing For Early Season Trout – How To Catch Them

  Article notes: Applies to fly fishing in rain-fed rivers in the UK. Introduction River trout anglers rejoice that February is a short month. Once March arrives it means only a few weeks until the river trout season is open for most of the country (unless you are lucky enough to be fishing in Wales and get an earlier start date). It can feel like a long wait since October and as the season gets nearer, anglers will be itching…

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River Water Craft – Slow Water

River Water Craft – Slow Water

Rivers, of course, are moving water. You may, however, come across sections with almost canal like quality. These slow moving sections can often have a silt bottom as the slow water allows waterborne silt to fall to the stream bed. You will often see fish rising in these sections as the slow current means easy pickings for the fish. Many beginners get drawn to these parts of the river, attracted by the rising fish only to be frustrated at the…

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Give The Gift Of Fly Fishing – Up To 30% Off

Give The Gift Of Fly Fishing – Up To 30% Off

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Fly Fishing The Swale On A Perfect Dales Day

Fly Fishing The Swale On A Perfect Dales Day

It’s grey, drizzly and miserable. Just how I like it. I’m stood in the river Swale in the tiny village of Grinton in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. The peat stained water is powerful as the rain has been falling for some time. I’m mindful that I’m stood knee deep in one of the fastest rising rivers in the country. I’ve picked a marker on the bank and at the first sign of a rise of water, I will…

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