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  • Lord Nelson, who led the English fleet to victory over the French and Spanish navies at the battle of Trafalgar, was a keen angler, we reveal.
  • Norfolk pike expert Dennis Pye was prone to exagerrating the size of the fish that he caught, claims Geoffrey Bucknall.
  • These rare bird pelts were stolen from the Natural History Museum by one of the most highly rated salmon fly tyers.
  • Companies running fishing trips to the Seychelles have been warned to stay away because of piracy fears.
  • Moves are afoot to wipe out all trout from South Africa, because they are considered ‘alien species’.
  • Tommy Edwards was arguably the finest caster ever. One of his ‘pupils’ recalls the great man.
  • We take a look at the place in Canada where chinook salmon can we caught.
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