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We pay tribute to Lefty Kreh, who probably attracted more people to fly-fishing than anyone through his shows and casting clinics.

A battle to win the right to claim the title of Musky Capital of the World became highly fractious between two small American towns.

Prince Charles went on a secret fishing trip when he visited the northern coast of Australia as a teenager.

Mahseer, often called the Indian salmon, occupy a substantial slot in fishing literature stretching right back to 1130.

Sir Walter Scott, author of Ivanhoe and Rob Roy, was an ardent fisherman – and a poacher.

Tackle giant Farlow’s may once have had four fly pattern books, but two as generally supposed.

Chris Ball explains the mystery behind Richard Walker’s famous trilby, dubbed his ‘magic hat’.

A ‘white knight’ has come to the rescue of veteran Australian reelmaker Alvey, which looked set to close its doors.

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