|Check out what's in the feature-packed June 2016 issue...|
England international Simon Robinson feels the time is right for natural patterns, much to the liking of the Thrunton Long Crag trout.
Welsh international angler George Barron visits Elan Valley Lakes to target resident brownies feeding on the Coch-y-Bonddu beetle.
The latest from the fly fishing scene, including the first Greys Junior Bank National champion.
Flies For All Seasons
Hawthorn flies should now be out on the wing. Richard Garbett brings us his successful Hawthorn Hog Hopper.
New Series - Drifts For Harray
Scottish international Kevin Porteous and top Orkney angler James Bews share their flies and hotspots for Orkney’s Loch Harray.
Flies Of The Year – Ben Beckwith
England youth international angler Ben Beckwith reveals his top imitative reservoir patterns.
Flies Of The Year – George Barron
TFF regular George Barron reveals his top patterns for England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Welsh international angler Kieron Jenkins has three top stillwater patterns for you to tie and try.
Ask The Panel
Tackling reservoirs, 12 flies to survive, overloading your rod and switching from the uplands to the lowlands are the issues addressed this month.
There’s A Moose Loose Aboot This Hoose
Big-fish angler Andy Bowman introduces the Moose – a surface lure for catching huge summer pike.
That Sinking Feeling
GAIA instructor Paul Sissons gives the lowdown on sinking lines, with great success at Derbyshire’s Ladybower Reservoir.
Things Are Looking Up!
TFF editor Andy Taylor hangs his buzzers in the surface to catch the educated trout at Wrexham’s Chirk Fishery.
It’s been another bumper month out on stillwater fisheries across the UK, and you’ve been making the most of the many big fish out there.
Have your say on fly fishing matters to win some great flies from our sponsor Selectafly.
Keep It Simple: Part Three
England international Ben Bangham takes his simple Hare’s Ear bug to the River Itchen. Will it be as good as it was when he first started fly fishing?
The Big Tie Off
We announce the buzzer winners from our April issue, along with the task of tying a loch-style fly.
Here’s your chance to win one of nine Sunray International fly lines worth over £500.
We have another nine items to share with you from the world of fly fishing and fly tying.
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Dries To The Rise
June for many brings the peak of the mayfly hatch. Irish angling guide Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan identifies the tactics and flies for succeeding on the Irish loughs.
Selectafly MD Martin Webster tackles our 20 questions.
Two Miles Of Heaven
Clark Colman introduces the Cod Beck, one of Yorkshire’s hidden gems…
One Last Cast
Is it always best to match the hatch? TFF regular Ron Taylor offers an alternative approach.