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  • This 2000lb great white represents one of angling’s greatest feats: catching the huge fish from the shore. We look at the life and times of Bill Selkirk, the man who did so not once, but on several occasions.
  • Richard Walker clainmed that we was not much of a musician. But when he appeared on the BBC radio programme Desert Island Discs, he had a chancee to air his trenchant views and musical leanings.
  • John Bailey has a late-night trawl through his photographs and expresses dissatisfacton that he’s never really achieved the shots he wanted.
  • How to recognise a second version of the Mitchell that became the 300.
  • An invitation to former US vice-president Dick Cheney has resulted in several leading members of the American Museum of Fly Fishing resigning.
  • A 200lb Nike perch was the largest fish ever carved by the Tully family. We review a book on the great fish carvings and carvers.
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