|Check out what's in the feature-packed February 2015 issue...|
Small Waters In Winter, Made Easy
David Heseltine believes that small waters fish far better in the cold! Follow his hints and tips to make sure you make the most of it.
How do you get those nymphs right in the fish’s faces? Ben Bangham has two techniques that are sure to get a response from those wily winter grayling.
TFF looks at all the relevant news and reports, what’s happening and where, that affect the UK’s flyfishers.
NEW SERIES Flies For All Seasons
We highlight some stunning and innovative fly patterns that will keep you catching the whole year through. Try the ultimate nymph – the Partridge & Hare’s Ear.
We all own waders, but how many of us moan and groan about their susceptibility to leaks? ‘Diver Dave’ may be able to help!
If you have anything that you want to highlight, a complaint to get off your chest or perhaps to praise anyone or anything drop us a line. Get a letter printed and you could win some great prizes.
Fulling Mill’s Steve Carew unveils some little – actually miniscule – and large patterns that often see him through this time of year!
Ask The Panel
It’s bigger and better, and our panel of experts are on hand to help you with any fly fishing related question.
Getting Down With CDC
Although river anglers have been using CDC in their flies for years, it seems that other than on shuttlecock dry flies, other anglers have been slow on the uptake. Clark Colman highlights its effectiveness for stillwaters.
The Colour Of Success
Simon Robinson, one of the UK’s most impressive anglers, highlights the importance of colour choice when it comes to fly selection for small-water trout.
Bank On Boobies
Fishing with Boobies correctly takes lots of skill and know-how – get the technique mastered and you’ll catch far more than those around you. Steve Cullen shows you how!
Tie A Better Booby
Learn to craft your Boobies, the ultimate winter fly pattern, so that they fish through the water column with ease – no spinning and no tangles!
Bungs and indicators will feature highly on small waters at this time of year; we show you how to use the one that’s getting a real name for itself, the New Zealand Strike Indicator.
Up at Bangour Trout Fishery, and most of our stillwaters, the Bloodworm reigns supreme. Owner Stevie Reid shows Greys’ John Henderson how best to fish with them!
Simple Is Effective
Ian Scott highlights a product that allows you to create your own simple and effective fishing flies… without too much fly tying!
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About This Picture
How often do you see an image and think that you’d like to know more about it? We’re here to help.
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.
Facebook Hot Topic
If you’ve fished for any length of time then you’ll have some ‘traumatic’ memories of a lost fish, as we’re not always fortunate enough to land them! Which fish haunts your dreams?
Must-Have Flies For 2015
Mike Low unveils the ‘secret list’ of fly patterns for river, smallwater and reservoir fishing that are going to be big news this year – tie them or buy them now!
Scottie Fly Rod Competition
We have two Scottie UK-built fly rods, worth £720, up for grabs in this month’s great competition.
What on earth happened with our salmon catches last year? Ron Taylor looks closely at the decline in the numbers and asks if perhaps it’s time that we anglers changed our ways?