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Total FlyFisher  |  January 2012  


The January issue of Total FlyFisher is jam-packed with up-to-the-minute techniques, flies and tackle.
No matter whether you fish still or running water TFF has some amazing features to suit.
Competition expert Craig Barr reveals the secret to catching 10 rainbow trout in just 10 casts. How is that possible? Well, it’s all about location!
We have the talented Scott Graham, who heads off to a brand-new venue for him. It seems that close-copy fishing is the name of the game if he’s to outwit some tricky fish in the venue’s crystal-clear water.
The editor takes a closer look at fry feeders and why they get our hunting instincts buzzing. He believes that these resident fish can be caught consistently but you need to think about your approach.
Occasional salmon angler Stan Pietcha can’t see what all the fuss is about when it comes to catching those silver tourists. His coarse fishing background means that he has a fair idea of where to put his fly if he wants to succeed where others have failed. It’s all about timing and reading the water it seems.
TFF reveals just what it takes to catch a trout on every trip. Young Adam Butlin follows our advice but will all our hints and tips work?
There’s some great fly patterns for you to tie this month too. The lethal new Disco Shrimps has been taking the river fishing scene by storm; is there a grayling that can resist this fly, I doubt it!
We also have some trendy-looking stalking bugs from fly-tying maestro Ian Christie. They come in all manner of colours and are ideal for tackling those gin-clear smallwater venues.

What’s New 2012
Check out the great new products that we have in our great ‘What’s New 2012’, which will be hitting the shelves of your local tackle shops this year.
Whether it’s rods, reels, clothing or fly tying that you’re interested in, there’s something in it for you!

Total FlyFisher magazine is aimed at the progressive fly fisher. It caters for the still water angler and those that aspire to catch a whole lot more on the fly.
Here at Total FlyFisher we are at the forefront of what’s really happening out there on the water. We have all the new, cutting-edge techniques, tackle and of course successful new flies from the vices of some of the country’s top anglers. No matter what species you’re after, whether it’s in still or running water, TFF has all the information you need to become a more successful fly angler.
This title is published by David Hall Publishing Ltd.
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   Could Be Better Reviewed Saturday, March 9, 2013
The magazine is about the best out there, I like wild fishing and for me there's too heavy a focus on stocked waters and bright bushy flies but they do feature wild waters, natural flies, coarse fish on the fly and the occasional salt water fly fishing spread, I've even seen some tenkara articles.

I really wish the mag would move away from the stockie bashing and feature more wild fishing. Being the best of a bad bunch isn't much to shout about but there you go!
   Great read! Reviewed Monday, January 28, 2013
Full of amazing shots, nteresting articles and always manages to teach me something every month with expert fly-tying.
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Total FlyFisher   |   January 2012   


The January issue of Total FlyFisher is jam-packed with up-to-the-minute techniques, flies and tackle.
No matter whether you fish still or running water TFF has some amazing features to suit.
Competition expert Craig Barr reveals the secret to catching 10 rainbow trout in just 10 casts. How is that possible? Well, it’s all about location!
We have the talented Scott Graham, who heads off to a brand-new venue for him. It seems that close-copy fishing is the name of the game if he’s to outwit some tricky fish in the venue’s crystal-clear water.
The editor takes a closer look at fry feeders and why they get our hunting instincts buzzing. He believes that these resident fish can be caught consistently but you need to think about your approach.
Occasional salmon angler Stan Pietcha can’t see what all the fuss is about when it comes to catching those silver tourists. His coarse fishing background means that he has a fair idea of where to put his fly if he wants to succeed where others have failed. It’s all about timing and reading the water it seems.
TFF reveals just what it takes to catch a trout on every trip. Young Adam Butlin follows our advice but will all our hints and tips work?
There’s some great fly patterns for you to tie this month too. The lethal new Disco Shrimps has been taking the river fishing scene by storm; is there a grayling that can resist this fly, I doubt it!
We also have some trendy-looking stalking bugs from fly-tying maestro Ian Christie. They come in all manner of colours and are ideal for tackling those gin-clear smallwater venues.

What’s New 2012
Check out the great new products that we have in our great ‘What’s New 2012’, which will be hitting the shelves of your local tackle shops this year.
Whether it’s rods, reels, clothing or fly tying that you’re interested in, there’s something in it for you!

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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Total FlyFisher magazine print subscription.
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