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Bob Singleton, author a classic book on Allcock Aerials, gives his views on what are the rarest reels of the genre.

The largest of the mahseer species has just acquired a new scientific name. We look at how important this is for the fish’s survival.

The first-model Hardy Altex was an innovative fixed-spool in many ways. We examine why it was never the success it deserved to be

Plans to build more fish farms would be an ecological disaster for British Columbia, says Neil Freeman.

Blenheim Palace lake, one of the great British angling waters, is to close for at least four years while remedial work takes place.

Will Ryan looks at the importance of largemouth and smallmouth bass in the development of American fly-fishing.

The famed marine artist John Turner was such an avid angler that he spent more time fishing than painting his rich patron’s estate.

Obtaining feathers for salmon fly-tying is difficult and expensive. Jason Lewis talks about the tyers who never fish.

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