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Total Flyfisher

March 2016

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There seems to be no end to the winter wind and rain as river levels remain high and stillwaters waterlogged – getting out to cast a line in recent months has not been easy. So while we wait for those glorious spring days and signs of the first hatches we have put together another great issue from the best UK anglers.
With the river brown trout season just around the corner, Wychwood’s Glen Pointon relives the capture of a huge river brown from the once polluted River Trent – a fish that took two years of planning to catch. Also on the rivers front we have England international Simon Robinson, who shares his success with streamer patterns while Clark Colman takes river newbie Karl Watson in search of his first grayling.
On the stillwaters, Welsh international David Hoppe takes the BBC’s Big Fish contestant Jo Stephenson to Gloucestershire’s big-fish water Lechlade, in search of her personal-best rainbow. Did she manage to snare a double?
Errwood Fly Fishers chairman Dave Hamnett guides around the hotspots of the beautiful Errwood Reservoir in Derbyshire. Scottish international angler Kevin Porteous prepares us for the start of the brown trout season on the Scottish lochs while Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan sets the scene for the first duckfly hatches on the mighty Irish loughs. And for those of you who are after something different… then check out the flies in Ben Bangham’s pike feature!
There are over 50 top patterns to try this month, including Les Lockey’s Black Marty and three seasonal flies from Kieron Jenkins. Turrall’s Dom Garnett and Selectafly MD Martin Webster share their flies of the year while David Heseltine sorts through his fly boxes to pick out those lures of yesterday.
So, another cracking issue to keep you going until those first days of spring arrive. Enjoy!
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Total Flyfisher

March 2016

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There seems to be no end to the winter wind and rain as river levels remain high and stillwaters waterlogged – getting out to cast a line in recent months has not been easy. So while we wait for those glorious spring days and signs of the first hatches we have put together another great issue from the best UK anglers.
With the river brown trout season just around the corner, Wychwood’s Glen Pointon relives the capture of a huge river brown from the once polluted River Trent – a fish that took two years of planning to catch. Also on the rivers front we have England international Simon Robinson, who shares his success with streamer patterns while Clark Colman takes river newbie Karl Watson in search of his first grayling.
On the stillwaters, Welsh international David Hoppe takes the BBC’s Big Fish contestant Jo Stephenson to Gloucestershire’s big-fish water Lechlade, in search of her personal-best rainbow. Did she manage to snare a double?
Errwood Fly Fishers chairman Dave Hamnett guides around the hotspots of the beautiful Errwood Reservoir in Derbyshire. Scottish international angler Kevin Porteous prepares us for the start of the brown trout season on the Scottish lochs while Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan sets the scene for the first duckfly hatches on the mighty Irish loughs. And for those of you who are after something different… then check out the flies in Ben Bangham’s pike feature!
There are over 50 top patterns to try this month, including Les Lockey’s Black Marty and three seasonal flies from Kieron Jenkins. Turrall’s Dom Garnett and Selectafly MD Martin Webster share their flies of the year while David Heseltine sorts through his fly boxes to pick out those lures of yesterday.
So, another cracking issue to keep you going until those first days of spring arrive. Enjoy!
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Total Flyfisher

March 2016

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There seems to be no end to the winter wind and rain as river levels remain high and stillwaters waterlogged – getting out to cast a line in recent months has not been easy. So while we wait for those glorious spring days and signs of the first hatches we have put together another great issue from the best UK anglers.
With the river brown trout season just around the corner, Wychwood’s Glen Pointon relives the capture of a huge river brown from the once polluted River Trent – a fish that took two years of planning to catch. Also on the rivers front we have England international Simon Robinson, who shares his success with streamer patterns while Clark Colman takes river newbie Karl Watson in search of his first grayling.
On the stillwaters, Welsh international David Hoppe takes the BBC’s Big Fish contestant Jo Stephenson to Gloucestershire’s big-fish water Lechlade, in search of her personal-best rainbow. Did she manage to snare a double?
Errwood Fly Fishers chairman Dave Hamnett guides around the hotspots of the beautiful Errwood Reservoir in Derbyshire. Scottish international angler Kevin Porteous prepares us for the start of the brown trout season on the Scottish lochs while Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan sets the scene for the first duckfly hatches on the mighty Irish loughs. And for those of you who are after something different… then check out the flies in Ben Bangham’s pike feature!
There are over 50 top patterns to try this month, including Les Lockey’s Black Marty and three seasonal flies from Kieron Jenkins. Turrall’s Dom Garnett and Selectafly MD Martin Webster share their flies of the year while David Heseltine sorts through his fly boxes to pick out those lures of yesterday.
So, another cracking issue to keep you going until those first days of spring arrive. Enjoy!

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Issue Cover Total FlyFisher   |   March 2016   

There seems to be no end to the winter wind and rain as river levels remain high and stillwaters waterlogged – getting out to cast a line in recent months has not been easy. So while we wait for those glorious spring days and signs of the first hatches we have put together another great issue from the best UK anglers.
With the river brown trout season just around the corner, Wychwood’s Glen Pointon relives the capture of a huge river brown from the once polluted River Trent – a fish that took two years of planning to catch. Also on the rivers front we have England international Simon Robinson, who shares his success with streamer patterns while Clark Colman takes river newbie Karl Watson in search of his first grayling.
On the stillwaters, Welsh international David Hoppe takes the BBC’s Big Fish contestant Jo Stephenson to Gloucestershire’s big-fish water Lechlade, in search of her personal-best rainbow. Did she manage to snare a double?
Errwood Fly Fishers chairman Dave Hamnett guides around the hotspots of the beautiful Errwood Reservoir in Derbyshire. Scottish international angler Kevin Porteous prepares us for the start of the brown trout season on the Scottish lochs while Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan sets the scene for the first duckfly hatches on the mighty Irish loughs. And for those of you who are after something different… then check out the flies in Ben Bangham’s pike feature!
There are over 50 top patterns to try this month, including Les Lockey’s Black Marty and three seasonal flies from Kieron Jenkins. Turrall’s Dom Garnett and Selectafly MD Martin Webster share their flies of the year while David Heseltine sorts through his fly boxes to pick out those lures of yesterday.
So, another cracking issue to keep you going until those first days of spring arrive. Enjoy!
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Issue Cover Total FlyFisher   |   March 2016   

There seems to be no end to the winter wind and rain as river levels remain high and stillwaters waterlogged – getting out to cast a line in recent months has not been easy. So while we wait for those glorious spring days and signs of the first hatches we have put together another great issue from the best UK anglers.
With the river brown trout season just around the corner, Wychwood’s Glen Pointon relives the capture of a huge river brown from the once polluted River Trent – a fish that took two years of planning to catch. Also on the rivers front we have England international Simon Robinson, who shares his success with streamer patterns while Clark Colman takes river newbie Karl Watson in search of his first grayling.
On the stillwaters, Welsh international David Hoppe takes the BBC’s Big Fish contestant Jo Stephenson to Gloucestershire’s big-fish water Lechlade, in search of her personal-best rainbow. Did she manage to snare a double?
Errwood Fly Fishers chairman Dave Hamnett guides around the hotspots of the beautiful Errwood Reservoir in Derbyshire. Scottish international angler Kevin Porteous prepares us for the start of the brown trout season on the Scottish lochs while Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan sets the scene for the first duckfly hatches on the mighty Irish loughs. And for those of you who are after something different… then check out the flies in Ben Bangham’s pike feature!
There are over 50 top patterns to try this month, including Les Lockey’s Black Marty and three seasonal flies from Kieron Jenkins. Turrall’s Dom Garnett and Selectafly MD Martin Webster share their flies of the year while David Heseltine sorts through his fly boxes to pick out those lures of yesterday.
So, another cracking issue to keep you going until those first days of spring arrive. Enjoy!
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Total FlyFisher magazine subscription.

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Issue Cover Total FlyFisher   |   March 2016   

There seems to be no end to the winter wind and rain as river levels remain high and stillwaters waterlogged – getting out to cast a line in recent months has not been easy. So while we wait for those glorious spring days and signs of the first hatches we have put together another great issue from the best UK anglers.
With the river brown trout season just around the corner, Wychwood’s Glen Pointon relives the capture of a huge river brown from the once polluted River Trent – a fish that took two years of planning to catch. Also on the rivers front we have England international Simon Robinson, who shares his success with streamer patterns while Clark Colman takes river newbie Karl Watson in search of his first grayling.
On the stillwaters, Welsh international David Hoppe takes the BBC’s Big Fish contestant Jo Stephenson to Gloucestershire’s big-fish water Lechlade, in search of her personal-best rainbow. Did she manage to snare a double?
Errwood Fly Fishers chairman Dave Hamnett guides around the hotspots of the beautiful Errwood Reservoir in Derbyshire. Scottish international angler Kevin Porteous prepares us for the start of the brown trout season on the Scottish lochs while Tom ‘Doc’ Sullivan sets the scene for the first duckfly hatches on the mighty Irish loughs. And for those of you who are after something different… then check out the flies in Ben Bangham’s pike feature!
There are over 50 top patterns to try this month, including Les Lockey’s Black Marty and three seasonal flies from Kieron Jenkins. Turrall’s Dom Garnett and Selectafly MD Martin Webster share their flies of the year while David Heseltine sorts through his fly boxes to pick out those lures of yesterday.
So, another cracking issue to keep you going until those first days of spring arrive. Enjoy!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

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

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
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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!
3 Stars   
Reviewed 09 March 2013
Great read!
Full of amazing shots, nteresting articles and always manages to teach me something every month with expert fly-tying.
5 Stars   
Reviewed 28 January 2013

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