April calls for a recipe that combines the incoming and departing treats

What would Big Jack have made of today’s shoots?

A new memoir finds the poet in a world of rivers, rods, and reels

The grey areas of the law: trying to lead a life on the right side of The Poaching Act

Patrick O’Flynn and David Scullion discuss where British fishing stands post-Brexit

Patrick Galbraith hears a rare bird but fails with the rod

Pike abound in British rivers yet are seldom caught for the table

If our representatives aren’t reading these weighty documents, then who is?

Heaven is the Outer-Hebrides – with the electric jolt of the sea trout on the line

Tears over Jordan Peterson’s book, The Sun goes woke and the BBC’s “fisherpeople”