Trout & Salmon May 2017 - missing pages

Subscribers may have noticed that there are some pages missing from the May 2017 issue due to a printing error. We sincerely apologise for this omission. The pages that were sadly left out, including those missing from Fishing Reports and Giles Catchpole's Last Cast, are available to view as an image gallery on this page.

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Trout & Salmon- January 2016

In this month's Trout & Salmon magazine

 PICK OF THE POOLS

Six acclaimed fishers celebrate their favourite salmon pools

HOW TO TIE THE CASCADE

Master the most popular salmon fly in the world

STEELHEAD IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

Wilderness fishing at its best

HAYESWATER REVISITED

Trout fishing at Cumbria’s newest lake

MAN v MIDGE

Avoid the curse of the biting midge

CATCH-AND-RELEASE AND THE GUESSING GAME

How to weigh and measure fish accurately

NYMPHING LINES

Six specialist floaters for trout and grayling

HOW TO FIND WINTER GRAYLING

Tips and tactics for cold rivers

 

PLUS MUCH MORE…

Trout & Salmon - December 2016

Bright lights in the wilderness
Rumours of huge trout and char draw Matt Harris to the far north of Canada

Highland spirit
On Loch Naver, Stan Headley is inspired by a ghost from fishing’s past

Secrets of the Spey
Stuart Foxall shares three successful Spey patterns

The monster of Lambhagahylur
Sight-fishing for double-figure Icelandic sea-trout proves an unforgettable experience for Andrew Flitcroft    

Start fly-tying: tie your first nymph
Peter Gathercole offers a detailed guide for novice fly-dressers

Which hook for river trout?
Don Stazicker explains the key points you should consider when choosing a hook – and recommends models to try

Trout & Salmon - November 2016

Paradise found
Charles Rangeley-Wilson falls for the visual salmon sport found on the Fljotaa river in Iceland

Open minds and bigger flies
Sniffy about lures? Keith McDonnell may make you think again with his guide to catching big river trout on streamer flies

Five foreign classics
Try these wonderful river flies from Europe that are proving successful in the UK, as recommended by Paul Procter

The riddle of Railway Bay
Stan Headley drifts between success and failure on a wild day on Loch Watten in Caithness

Start fly-tying
In the first of a four-part series, we recommend essential tools

First steps with French leaders
Jonathan White explains why sight fishing with long leaders and light nymphs is so effective

Trout surgery
Ronnie Glass with advice on barbless hooks for stillwaters

Tried and tested
The new Hardy Zephrus double-hander is put through its paces

 

Trout & Salmon - October 2016

COVER HIGHLIGHTS

- Trout from the high fells
Andrew Flitcroft finds wild brownies on a path less travelled around Cow Green
- A river on the rise
Rumours of big trout on the restored River Irwell gain Toby Coe’s attention
- Quiver, flutter and pulse
Topher Browne introduces a family of highly successful marabou salmon flies
- Unfinished business
Jon Beer returns to a scene of disharmony in the Scottish Highlands
- How to beat the leaves
Proven tips to reduce the problem of snagging leaves in autumn salmon rivers
- Perfect your presentation
Simon Gawesworth explains how to get the most from your tips, lines and leaders
- I can’t fish without…
The essential trout fishing contents of Paul Procter’s fishing bag are revealed

FEATURES

- A drift behind the island
Stan Headley immerses himself in the Mayfly on Lough Mask

REGULARS & NEWS

- Wish you were here
The Upper Kinnaird beat of the River Tay
- News reel
Reports from the world of game fishing
- Life and death
Richard Donkin examines our attitudes to the suffering of hooked fish
- Tackle-shop
The new Sage X fly-rod is revealed.
The Rutland Boat seat and Nautilus FWX fly-reel are reviewed
- Tried and tested
An in-depth look at the Snowbee Spectre Cassette fly-reel
- Fly-tying
Reviews of Nymph-It thread, DMC floss and the Stillwater 3-in-1 tying lamp
- Best buys
Our pick of the best tube-fly boxes
- Property
Derek Bingham reports on dream houses with fishing for sale
- Fishing reports
News and catches from the major rivers and stillwaters in the UK and Ireland

KNOW HOW

- How to beat the leaves
Proven tips to help you cope with autumn leaves
- Perfect your presentation
Simon Gawesworth explains how to get the most from your tips, lines and leaders
- I can’t fish without...
The contents of Paul Procter’s fishing bag revealed
- Trout surgery
“Stimmy nymphing”, grayling bugs and tangled leaders get Ronnie Glass’s attention
- Trout fly of the month
Rob Denson ties the Autumn Ordie for the top dropper
- Salmon surgery
Questions on modern tube-flies,  luck and balanced outfits are answered by Crawford Little
- Salmon fly of the month
Ross Macdonald recommends Anne’s Shrimp, a bright, pink and cheeky fly

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