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Oktober grayling taken on a size 16 Dun, ready to be released Canon powershot A 710IS
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Floattubing for pike in "peat"lakes. Beautifull colors seperate these fierce creatures from the normal pike.
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Fishy photos: Eoin Fairgrieve
Located close to the river Tweed, Eoin Fairgrieve developed a passion and skill for photography through shooting images for articles on fishing for Atlantic salmon. We approached him with our usual row of questions.
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Another Year of the Giants
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Grantham Sedge Steelhead Version
Grantham Sedge was originally designed by Ron Grantham in 1993. It is a unique solution to creating a fly which produces a substantial wake without having to be bulky or riffle hitched. Ron Grantham writes "When used with a floating fly line this unsinkable fly will stay on the surface as long as it is moving
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