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How the oldest listing of fishing flies was discovered at the back of an Austrian monk’s breviary.

The story of Jewel Lake, the amazing Canadian water that has produced truly wild rainbow trout weighing over 50lb.

South African anglers once fished from their local pier using bamboo rods and Scarborough reels for sharks that weighed over 1000lb.

Andrew Herd manages to hunt out the dressings for eagle flies after finding a 20-year gap in the late 1800s on such information.

Two of the very rarest Hardy Perfects, a 23in from 1891 and a 3in Gweedore from 1890, are expected to make break records at auction.

A chance phone call reunites rodmaker Marc Aroner with some fine cane culms fro his days as an apprentice with Thomas & Thomas.

Charles Thacher is astonished to find very little early literature describes the wonderful fishing on offer in Montana.

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Europe, Rest of World, UK & Northern Ireland