The latest issue of Game Fisher’s Diary sees the introduction of Chris Sandford into the fold, as we investigate his fly fishing ‘Stuff’.

In fact ‘Stuff’ is the name given to Chris’s quirky video magazine take on the fly fishing scene, and in the first installment Chris picks out his favourite dubbing and feathers, ties up a beautiful Buzz Fly, and then reveals his vices. That’s fly tying vices – old and new.


The issue is packed with great video for fly and game anglers everywhere.

There’s some must watch advice for stillwater trout anglers from Total Flyfisher editor Steve Cullen, as he shows how to find and target those rainbows in cold, clear water; and reveals some of the gear that’s impressed him over the last 12 months.

There are also some great clips from some of Fishing TV’s exclusive game fishing series, including how to tackle reservoirs in ‘Fly Fishing School’, advice on Spey casting with professional instructor Eoin Fairgrieve, and another episode in our beautiful ‘Salmon Beats of the Dee’ series.

For those who like their game fishing with an overseas flavour, check out ‘Trophy Waters’ with Chris jackson enjoying the wild trout session of a lifetime as his stumbles across a pocket of huge fish in the New Zealand Back Country.

Col Prince is chasing tarpon off Costa Rica and Steve Townson finds himself drifting into a secluded Black Lagoon deep in the Amazon Rainforest that may never have been fished before. Plus there’s a spotlight on the world class dry fly brown trout fishing available at the Kharlovka Atlantic Salmon Reserve. 

There’s more from Gareth Purnell’s exclusive series of interviews with River Monsters presenter Jeremy Wade, and don’t miss the only video news bulletin for fly anglers you will find anywhere, including IGFA record trout and Arctic char; news of night-time sea trout fishing courses; and the sale of Farlow’s Of Pall Mall.

It’s all free-to-view online, on mobile, on tablet, and Samsung and Panasonic Smart TV and blu-ray under the ‘Fishing TV’ app.


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