Bill Latto and Norman Mackenzie , Fisheries Officer of the Great Ouse River Board, discuss coarse fishing during one of the last competitions of the season
Esmond Drury , an expert fly-caster, talks about preparations for the forthcoming trout season in the Midlands
Produced wi Birmingham by H. Saunders-Jacobs
T. J. Hanna , fly-dresser, and H. W. Steele , fly-fisherman, discuss the prospects for the 1959 season in Northern Ireland
Introduced by Bruce Slipper
Produced in Belfast by W. E . Everingham
Edited by Francis Dillon
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