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IN THE DECEMBER/JANUARY 2015/2016 ISSUE:
• Forum: Summer is hotting up!
Adapting your fishing approach and reading the water during periods of low flow will mean the difference between success and failure. Ian Couryer reports.
• Guide Fly Box: Crafty Shrimp
Ryan Hammond thinks out of the box and comes up with a shrimp fly that triggers a positive response from deeper-feeding permit.
• The Gurgler
Contributor Arno Laubscher extols the virtues of the Gurgler and offers a version that proves deadly on bass.
• The Joys of Owning a Boat
They say that there are only two times in a boat owner’s life when he is happy with his boat: the day he buys her and the day he sells her. TCFF Editor PJ Jacobs takes a quick look at some important pointers to consider before buying your first boat.
• Off the Beaten Track: How to Beat the Crowds
Sean I’Ons takes a look at what is necessary to go “off the grid”, so to speak, in a fly fishing context.
• Vanderkloof Primer
Field Editor Turner Wilkinson lifts the veil on what is fast becoming a coveted venue for yellowfish fanatics.
• Labrador – Where Giants Swim at the Earth’s End
In the Land of the Northern Lights and howling wolves, the Minipi fishery offers one of our planet’s finest fly fishing adventures. Centred in one of the most remote, pristine settings on earth, Tom Boyd makes the journey.
• Kooi Noom: Argentinian Diary – Part II
Gerhard Laubscher continues his journey in a far-flung corner of Patagonian wilderness, this time fishing for trophy rainbows at Kooi Noom.
• One Box for All
With the prospect of a long summer and many different species to target on fly, Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder offers his suggestions for a few patterns that will cover all the bases.
• Last Cast: The Mystery of the Missing Jopling
By Andrew Levy.