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You never stop learning about angling. In these articles our experts impart gems of experience and know-how. Whether you are a beginner in need of help with techniques and advice to get you started or an experienced fisherman looking for new tips - you'll find what you need here.

The Acquired Arte of Worme Getteing maurice pledger

As with most things concerning fishing, the prerequisite for success is more often than not dependant on the weather.

Battling Bronzies in Namibia Peter Holdsworth

Belinda and I have just returned from Namibia, where we had terrific fun ? a most enjoyable holiday, although, as far as I?m concerned, too short ? not enough time spent fishing!

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Go Chase The Pike With A Fly. Part 2 Martin James

In part 1 I discussed some of the flies, rods, reels and lines we need to use in trying to catch pike. In part 2 I am going to look at leaders, accessories and pike location in rivers.

Go Chase The Pike With A Fly - Part1 Martin James

Snapper hunting with a fly-rod

Be prepared for change Martin James

I cast some fifty foot of long line across and downstream.

Sunny afternoons and patrolling carp Dr Paul Garner

Looking for some exciting fishing in the next few weeks? Haven't got a lot of time? Then why not try stalking a few a carp? Your chances of finding the fish right in the margins are high right around now.

TROUTWEEK: North-east wind puts fish off the feed. Martin Cottis

I have been on Chew many times over the past couple of weeks and more than ever before I have noticed the effect of the wind on the feeding patterns of trout.

Flyfishing on the Lancs rivers. Martin James

Since arriving back home from my Bahamas trip it's been a mixture of work and pleasure.

Kiwayu - Part Two Peter Holdsworth

Enthused by a wonderful couple of days in March at Kiwayu, of the coast of North Kenya, when we had had fine sport taking Koli-Koli (aka Golden Trevally) on the fly, as they in their turn preyed upon the shoals of sardines, I dared to suggest to Belinda that we once again ventured down to the coast over Easter. While the opportunity to fish was not likely to win her assent to this holiday choice, the relaxed atmosphere, excellent food, white beaches, stunning snorkelling and the possibility to dive did the trick.

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