|Check out what's in the feature-packed September 2014 issue...|
New Series – Improve Your Fly Fishing: Summer Stalking
Ben Bangham will fly fish for anything and he’s good at every facet of our sport. In this new series he highlights the techniques, tackle and fly patterns to help you become a better all-round angler.
Designed To Succeed
The ultimate attractor fly for both browns and rainbows, and, dare we say it, salmon and sea trout – we look at the wonderfully adept Dunkeld.
Good Things Come In Small Packages
Even with the hot weather we’ve experienced this summer, there’s still some great trouting to be had on our small urban streams. Clark Colman highlights the joys of these intimate venues.
TFF looks closely at all the relevant news, views, shows and reports that are affecting the UK’s flyfishers.
Stopwatch: City-Centre Trouting
Our two contenders head off to Scotland’s central belt to do battle on Clubbiedean, a small reservoir on the outskirts of Edinburgh.
If you have anything that you want to talk about, a complaint to get off your chest or to praise anyone or anything, drop us a line and win some great prizes if your letter is printed.
Fulling Mill’s Steve Carew unveils three flies to catch you plenty of trout this month. Whether you’re on still or running water, he’s got it covered.
Ask The Panel
It’s bigger it’s better – our advice section has a panel of experts on hand to help you with any fly fishing problem.
Honing Your Skills
When you’re part of a successful fly fishing team you need to test yourself all the time. Kevin Porteous and his team-mates highlight some flies and methods that spell success.
What’s Hot, What’s Not
The good, the bad and, at times, the downright ugly in our fly fishing world.
Stillwater Dry Fly Essentials
With a smorgasbord of goodies in the surface film and fish picking them off at their leisure, which dry should you use? Lisa Isles has the answer.
Matching What’s Hatching
We’ve teamed up with Turrall to show you the flies that you’ll need when the daddies appear on the water!
Playing Hard To Get
As the year progresses most small stillwaters become increasingly difficult, but Andy Smith has a few tricks up his sleeve to help you catch more trout!
The Climbing Cruncher
Since the Cruncher first came to light several years ago, its popularity has grown. David Heseltine highlights his favourite variants and how to fish them effectively.
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New Series – TFF Know-How
With the trout very keen to come to the water’s surface for their food, what better way to target them than with a suspender fly? We reveal the method so you can tie your own.
Things You Didn’t Know About This Picture
How often have you looked at a photograph and thought that you’d like to know more about it? We pick one and delve a little deeper.
We review some of the great new fishing gear that can now be found at your local tackle shop.
Facebook Hot Topic
Why are we so fixated on trout in this country, and why, oh why, aren’t more of us targeting other species with the fly?
£390 Selectafly Competition
We’ve five boxed sets of stillwater favourites from Selectafly to give away in this great competition!
With the lovely weather we’ve been having it would be rude not to visit the seaside. We show you how to target both mullet and bass with the fly.
There are those who are doing their damnedest to get more people out on the water... are you?