|Check out what's in the feature-packed October 2014 issue...|
Surface Sport Guaranteed
Matthew Eastham shows you how to target trout feeding on the abundant sedge hatches you’ll find just now on running water.
The Phantom Rise
Steve Cullen explains how to spot those ‘barely there’ rises and reveals the best method for catching the trout that cause them.
Designed To Succeed
The dry-fly fishing just now is immense and we show you how to tie the ultimate fly for stillwater trout – the Bob’s Bits.
TFF looks closely at all the relevant news, views shows and reports that are affecting the UK’s flyfishers.
Buzzers – The Angle Of The Dangle
Kieron Jenkins reveals that there’s a lot more to buzzer fishing than you’d imagine – fish them properly, and the rewards are well worth it.
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Fulling Mill’s Steve Carew shows off his three favourite patterns that he likes to use at this time of year.
Ask The Panel
It’s bigger it’s better – our advice section has panel of experts on hand to help you with any fly fishing problem.
Upland waters may not have the abundant fly hatches of our large reservoirs, but the surface sport they provide means the dry-fly fishing is often second to none!
Matching What’s Hatching
With many of us dabbling with saltwater fly fishing, Turrall highlights its most effective fly for UK waters – the Sandeel.
Improve Your Fly Fishing: Mission Impossible?
Ben Bangham highlights several techniques and fly patterns so that you’ll never blank again on stillwaters.
Finely Tuned Nymphing
With low water come testing conditions. Mike Low shows you how to tackle small, clear rivers – his results speak for themselves.
Scraping The Bottom
When the trout hit the lake bed and won’t come up in the water there’s only one thing for it – get those flies down where they’ll be noticed! Dave Downie explains how.
Total FlyFisher Tackle Awards 2014
Here’s your chance to vote for who you consider the best in the fly fishing business. You can also win a great prize when you enter!
Facebook Hot Topic
This may ruffle a few feathers – which needs the most skill, river or lake fishing?
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Predator Prime Time
Right about now, many resident trout in our stillwaters are turning their attention to other small fish. David Heseltine reveals the flies that you’ll need to catch them.
We review some of the great new fishing and tying gear that can now be found at your local tackle shop.
Are you one of the lucky ones to have your fish featured in the Snowbee challenge? You could be winning some great prizes.
£300 Sharpe’s Net Competition
We’ve five stunning new sea trout gye nets from the wonderful people at Sharpe’s Of Aberdeen to give away in this great competition!
New Series - TFF Know-How
How deep are you fishing your flies? Get those sinking lines marked up so that you know – we have the step-by-step guide to help!
Fly V Lure
With several of our major waters allowing anglers to spin for trout, many of us would love to know which is best. There’s only one way to find out!
Why have all the volunteers left the England Youth Fly setup and just what is the Angling Trust going to do about it?
5 Things You Didn’t Know About This Picture
How often have you looked at a photo and thought that you’d like to know more? TFF picks one and takes a closer look.