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    The River Lune

    The Lune rises on the Howgill Fells between the Pennines and the Lake District and flows roughly southwards past Kirby Lonsdale before veering slowly southwestwards to flow through a long narrow estuary into Morecambe Bay near Lancaster. The Lune was once England's premier salmon river, renowned for its spring runs, but suffered very badly from UDN disease in the early 1970's. However, it still receives a good late summer/autumn run of salmon.

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    The River Towy

    The river Towy is one of the premium sea trout fisheries in Europe. The river has become very well known to anglers in England and Wales over the last few years. The fishery often produces large returns of Salmon as well as being the best sea trout river in England and Wales.

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    The River Dovey

    The Dovey rises in a small lake Creiglyn Dyfi and flows south to Dinas Mawddwy then south west past Machynlleth and into Cardigan bay at Aberdyfi. The Dovey is prone to flooding as a result of its relatively short length but clears quickly after a rise. It is noted for large sea-trout and salmon.

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    Grafham Water

    Grafham Water is a large reservoir close to the market town of Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.  It covers an area of 1,500 acres and is famous for its large quality brown and rainbow trout. The largest rainbow was caught in 1992 by  Dave Barker, it weighed a massive13lb 13oz! It was caught on a Minkie lure, a fly invented by the captor.

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    The River Wear

    The River Wear rises in the East Pennines and is a well known, popular river for brown Trout, Sea Trout and Salmon.  The river Wear has a variety of streamy and slower deeper runs which allows the game fisherman to use many different methods including fly fishing, spinning and worming. 

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    Lough Inagh and Derryclare Fishery

    Lough Inagh and Lough Derryclare lie together in the steep sided Lough Inagh Valley within the Twelve Pin mountain range in Connemara. Altogether, this wonderful fishery consists of more than 5 miles of mixed Lough and river fishing. It includes some of the best known Salmon and Sea Trout lies in the whole of the West of Ireland including the Derryclare Butts, Glendollagh Butts, the often photographed, picturesque Greenpoint Butts, Corloo and of course Lough Inagh itself

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    Delphi Fishery

    The Delphi Fishery is located in the middle of the beautiful rugged mountains of Connemara. The fishery used to be famous as a Sea Trout fishery, but now rightly has the reputation as one of Ireland's finest Salmon fisheries with an average catch of over 500 Salmon a year.

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    The River Spey

    The Spey rises in the Central Highlands and flows north east past Grantown, Aberlour and Rothes to meet the sea at Spey Bay, about ten miles east of Lossiemouth. It is the second longest river in Scotland and is generally shallow and fast-flowing. One of the 'Big Four' salmon rivers of Scotland, it also has a good sea trout run.

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    Saltwater Fishing In Venezuela - Los Roques

    The most popular fishing destination in Venezuela for anglers from the UK is without doubt the Los Roques archipelago National Park. These beautiful islands lie about 80 miles off the port of La Guaira near Caracas and form the largest marine park in the Caribbean Sea. For the non-angler its clear waters, white sand beaches and coral reefs make it ideal for diving and sailing. For the fisherman it is an absolute paradise.

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    South West Wales Rivers

    This area of Wales is home to some magnificent game fishing – here is an overview of some of the best rivers.

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    Trout Fishing in New Zealand

    New Zealand has arguably the finest wild brown and rainbow trout fishing in the world.

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    Our First Salmon

    The fish came up again and showed it's true power, splashing violently and running again. Don't lose it, don't lose it,... I can't lose it, I said to myself.  Slowly I was winning the fight with this fantastic fish........

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    The River Cassley

    The Cassley is small but mighty; only draining some 75 square miles of catchment, it is the smallest of the four Kyle of Sutherland rivers, but it has a fantastic reputation amongst salmon fishers. The Cassley flows for 18 miles exiting into the Kyle of Sutherland below the mouth of the Oykel. There are four beats on the river all of which are managed by the Kyle of Sutherland District Salmon Fisheries Board.

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    The River Forss

    The Forss is a spate salmon fishing river in the far north of Scotland, and is also known as the Forss Water. Flowing towards the north coast at Crosskirk Bay, the Forss flows out of Loch Shurrery and runs for 14 miles to the sea. In recent years the Forss has become a major success story, with thousands of salmon ascending the river each year.

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    Rutland Water

    Rutland water is Europe's largest man made reservoir covering over 3000 acres of water. Construction was completed in 1975 after part of the Gwash valley was flooded covering 2 villages in the process. One of the surviving features on the bank-side is the infamous Normanton church. Controlled by Anglian Water, Rutland supplies a huge amount of water to the Anglian water region. A very popular area for recreation every day; walkers, cyclists, canoeists, bird watchers, sailors and fly-fisherman descend on the small county. Rutland is one of, if not the most popular match fishing venue in the land with hundreds of anglers fishing competitions here throughout the season.

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