Set up to ‘fight for wildlife’, Wild Justice has wasted Government resources in its relentless legal attacks on shooting and left fragile species open to predation – where’s the justice…

This month we look at the magic of mayflies, Jonathon Muir reflects on the beats, pools and people of the Tay and we celebrate three fine gillies from three of…

RIGHT from the beginning, sporting art has been denigrated or, at best, dismissed as not worthy of consideration. When George Stubbs began work in the 18th century, equine and sporting…

Charles Rangeley-Wilson picks his top 10 fly-fishing spots accessible to all. It's open to debate, preferably after a day on a chalkstream.

When you head down the river bank this summer, these 9 fantastic products will sure to make it a more enjoyable and memorable experience. OUR SELECTION OF 9 GREAT FISHING…

Side-by-side shotgun

Over and under or side by side will be forever open for debate. While tradition has favoured side by sides, an over and under will not recieve the snide comments…

A fishing background didn't initially lure the founder of City Flickers Lucy Mantle to the water, though once hooked she began helping others to enjoy the sport, too

Greys have long outperformed our native squirrels for food and territory. How can we give red squirrels a sporting chance? Camilla Swift investigates