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* The amazing story of Rev Edward Alston and the day he caught 30 rudd over 2lb, with fish of 4lb 4oz and 4lb 8oz.

* John Price looks at the history of the world’s best day-ticket salmon pool, the Ridge Pool on Ireland’s river Moy.

* Keith Elliott discovers that Australia has had carp since the 1850s. But how did they get there?

* Hoagy Carmichael converts a traditional fisherman on Norway’s river Alta to the delights of catching salmon on a dry fly.

* Ben Wright looks at two-speed threadline reels that allowed anglers to change their retrieve speed.

* Readers are being offered cash rewards if they can identify certain floats or reveal more about the company that made them.

* Hardy’s, the world’s most historic fishing tackle company, has been put up for sale by its owners.

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