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14> Advanced Indicator Fishing Simon Robinson says there’s more to indicator fishing than most anglers believe. He explains that this is in fact an extremely versatile technique and that when fishing stillwaters in winter it is possibly the number-one fish-location tool. It just involves putting a little thought into your set-up… and having the courage and inclination to try something different!
64Casting School If you’re new to fly fishing, you will have probably heard of the mysterious casting term ‘the double haul’. If you’re a seasoned angler, you may want some help with finetuning your technique. Whichever you are, you have to check out this step-by-step guide, brought to you by APGAI instructor Gary Coxon. Distance in fly casting will then never again be a problem – read on!
67> Troubleshooter Are you ever faced with coloured water at your local fishery? We mean, really coloured – the chocolate kind! This is exactly what Charles Jardine and angling student Kevin Hockley are faced with when they visit West Wales’ Shimano Felindre venue during a storm. While a bright fly is pretty much essential, there are several other pointers that most anglers miss, claims Charles.
26> Life Of A Flyfisher The leviathans of India’s brawling rivers, the golden mahseer, are fish that grow big, very big, and fight like – well, nothing on earth! John Bailey has caught many, but using beefy saltwater rods and large hooks and bait. Nothing was to prepare him for the battles that lay ahead when he decided to try doing it with a fly rod. Sit back and enjoy John’s tales of tortured tackle!
January 2006 Today’s flyfisher