Fly Fishing's Unmentionables

In the U.K. Independent, Keith Elliott writes about the growing interest among fly fishers in once-outcast fish species: pike, catfish, bream, flounder… you name it. “Fly-fishing is changing. Once it was the domain of irascible old buffers in tweed suits who hunted salmon in Scotland and trout (pronounced ‘trite’) on Hampshire’s chalk streams. To them, there were only four types of fish: salmon, trout, sea trout and others.”

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