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Total FlyFisher  |  October 2012  


Total FlyFisher’s October issue is full of fly fishing fun. We’ve some of the country’s top anglers, up-to-the-minute fly patterns and top fish-catching techniques that will ensure you have a great month while out on the water.
Wild Trout Trust maestro Paul Gaskell shows how to get to grips with wild brown trout on some of our upland waters at the season’s end. They can be tricky, especially when they’re in the margins, but Paul has the flies and methods to make sure you get on them.
The boys from the Hardy & Greys Academy are out on Carsington water, revealing the secrets to successful loch-style fishing – shame the weather conspired against them! Still, they found the trout obliging… just.
We take a small break from trout and Ben Bangham looks more closely at phenomenon of catching carp on the fly. It’s sight fishing at its best, and what’s more the fish always tend to be big.
Editor Steve Cullen gives his secrets away by unveiling his lethal little Popper Fry, a fly that has accounted for most of his large, resident fish from Midland reservoirs.
Paul Richardson extols the virtues of nymph fishing, but more importantly he shows you the do’s and don’ts of doing it his way to help you make the most of this wonderful form of fishing.
Why is it that every angler feels the need to cast to the horizon? Kieron Jenkins believes it’s detrimental to your success rate, keep those casts short and you won’t spook every fish in the vicinity – simple really.
The River Fisher’s Fly Box is a bit different this month, with fish patterns for those big, back-end trout. Forget small imitative stuff, big and brutal is the way to go when it comes to flies!
We also have also a host of new and time-served flies for you to tie, tackle reviews, competitions and reader’s catch shots.
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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 09 March 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 28 January 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   |   October 2012   


Total FlyFisher’s October issue is full of fly fishing fun. We’ve some of the country’s top anglers, up-to-the-minute fly patterns and top fish-catching techniques that will ensure you have a great month while out on the water.
Wild Trout Trust maestro Paul Gaskell shows how to get to grips with wild brown trout on some of our upland waters at the season’s end. They can be tricky, especially when they’re in the margins, but Paul has the flies and methods to make sure you get on them.
The boys from the Hardy & Greys Academy are out on Carsington water, revealing the secrets to successful loch-style fishing – shame the weather conspired against them! Still, they found the trout obliging… just.
We take a small break from trout and Ben Bangham looks more closely at phenomenon of catching carp on the fly. It’s sight fishing at its best, and what’s more the fish always tend to be big.
Editor Steve Cullen gives his secrets away by unveiling his lethal little Popper Fry, a fly that has accounted for most of his large, resident fish from Midland reservoirs.
Paul Richardson extols the virtues of nymph fishing, but more importantly he shows you the do’s and don’ts of doing it his way to help you make the most of this wonderful form of fishing.
Why is it that every angler feels the need to cast to the horizon? Kieron Jenkins believes it’s detrimental to your success rate, keep those casts short and you won’t spook every fish in the vicinity – simple really.
The River Fisher’s Fly Box is a bit different this month, with fish patterns for those big, back-end trout. Forget small imitative stuff, big and brutal is the way to go when it comes to flies!
We also have also a host of new and time-served flies for you to tie, tackle reviews, competitions and reader’s catch shots.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Total FlyFisher magazine print subscription.
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