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  • Tommy Bradshaw was an extraordinary man: carver, painter, fly-tyer and top fisherman. We look at the life and times of a man who moved from England to conquer Canada.
  • This famous picture from Mr Crabtree Goes Fishing by Bernard Venables was sold remarkably cheaply at an auction in Scotland. The sale also saw another Venables picture from the same book on offer.
  • Don Tyson, whose generosity enabled the IGFA to build its own museum and HQ in Florida, had died aged 80.
  • Hardy’s is reviving the famed Hardy Brothers name as it at last pays heed to its rich heritage. The box above, with hand-tied flies, is one of the first products under its elite range.
  • The unusual sport of tuna-tossing has been forced to switch to using plastic fish.
  • A collector tells how he was deceived into buying fake Hardy reels by an unscrupulous dealer.
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