Flounder-tramping fishing with the feet is a rare skill. Although it's easiest learnt in childhood, Johnny Scott puts his best foot forward.
In the almost impenetrable waters of a hidden gravel pit there be monster pike capable of towing a boat. Can fly-fisherman Charles Rangeley-Wilson harness one or will he have to…
You don't need gazillions of dollars to hit the glorious Bahamian flats and drown those winter blues in clear blue water.
Embarrass Brown to save the Wandle. Only political will can ensure that the capital's most iconic trout river holds more fish than sewage after a summer downpour.
The rivers around Lake Rotoroa in New Zealand possess monster brown that provide some of the best fishing in the world.
There's only one Kola Peninsula - and you can't beat it for salmon rivers teeming with whoppers. Even a novice can catch a 38-pounder!