Traditional country pursuits reimagined for a modern world
A piscatorial journey – from the chalkstreams of England to the fabled salmon rivers of Russia...
Fishing in the UK in December is not something most anglers give a second thought. But these people are missing out on a Cornish gem.
Unpredictable, challenging, different, yet remarkably memorable. Matt Kidd recounts his first ever visit to the River Frome in Dorset.
An investigation into why only some trout run to sea whilst others remain in their river of origin.
Following an adventure in pursuit of taimen, it’s hard to fathom that a place like Outer Mongolia still exists. It’s just you, the wilderness, and the chance to catch the fish of a lifetime...
Every keen angler should fish the evening rise with a split cane rod at least once in their lifetime, says Matt Kidd after a visit to Gavin Haywood’s workshop.
Inspired by a fleeting experience several years ago, Steffan Jones revisits the enchanting ‘Minni’ river in the south of Iceland to pit himself against challenging monster brown trout.
Almost every species of fish seems to show a distinct penchant for pink.
An exploratory trip to Japan’s Lake Akan in search of golden char.
Five top tips for catching more trout.
Heading deep into the wilderness of the South American rainforest in pursuit of monstrous arapaima – one of the most astonishing things you will ever do with a fly rod in your hand.
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