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May is one of the best months for fly fishing – spring is finally here, our watercourses are bursting with life and the trout are making the most of it, so our May issue will certainly get you out and about…
On the stillwater scene, Welsh international David Hoppe highlights the excellent bank fishing to be had on the big reservoirs during a recent trip to Grafham Water; George Barron brings us a great selection of dry flies to imitate hatching buzzers for wild brownies; Ben Bangham shows us his approach to fishing teams of nymphs while Martin Smith looks to see if lures will outfish nymphs on a trip to Allandale Tarn.
For the river angler Clark Colman highlights the importance of using Presentation leaders while Mike Shepley asks “Where have all the salmon gone?” and offers some pointers for catching in the coming year.
Steve Carew has three cracking Mayfly patterns to try and the Sneaky Cheeks Diawl Bach is one to tie in our step-by-step guide. Add to this the return of Agent X, why you should review your retrieves and our guide to using a drogue and it’s a cracking read to start your season in style.
Total FlyFisher covers all aspects of flyfishing and has become an indispensable monthly guide to the sport. With a fresh look, Total FlyFisher is the magazine aimed at fly anglers with an appetite for instruction. Every month it features the latest tips and techniques to give you success in every fly-fishing situation. Featuring some of the UK’s highest profile contributors, great interviews, honest tackle reviews and dedicated venue and fly tying sections, it’s the read the modern fly angler shouldn’t be without!
In trial issue John Pearson and six-times English National Rivers Champion John Tyzack tell us why we need to make the most of the humble hawthorn fly; in a new series, The Academy, learn how to clean your fly line, tie the Overcoat fly and locate early season trout, and why lures should be your first line of attack; and Howard Croston looks at how imitative flies and modern, exaggerated patterns can both have a place in your day on the water.
Also featured in the issue, What’s New From Snowbee in 2010? Checkout out some of Snowbee’s great new products; Steve Cullen meets up with Stein Thorvaldsen, one of the men behind Scandinavian tackle giant Guideline, on the banks of the Scottish River Dee; and Steve Parton reminisces about the good old days when targeting brown trout was a bit of an addiction. Can our reservoirs return to those glory days?
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