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Migrating Fish Given a Helping Hand

Four tributaries of the River Eden have been opened up to fish to live and breed as a result of work undertaken by Eden Rivers Trust during 2011. ... Full story

Wild Trout Weekend on the Eden in June

In a bid to support important fisheries conservation and habitat restoration work on the river, Eden Rivers Trust and the Wild Trout Trust have joined forces to present a ‘Wild Trout Weekender’ fundraising event on 18th-19th June 2011. ... Full story

Fishing on the Frontier - Part 30 - Accuracy

Rivers all over Britain have been steadily falling this spring. Here on Eden we have had more than six weeks now with no appreciable rain-fall. ... Full story

Trust asks anglers for Eden memories

How good was the River Eden? Trout too numerous to count and salmon too heavy to lift are the wistful memories of anglers who have fished the beautiful River Eden in the past. ... Full story

Fishing on the Frontier - Part 29 - Spring on Eden

"You have to be in the right place at the right time" says Jeremy Lucas talking about spring fishing. Timing can be everything with the river system and the fish just getting into gear. ... Full story

Go Wild in the Garden of Eden

With the new trout season starting on 15th March on the Eden system in Cumbria, the roving angler scheme called Go Wild in Eden is back for 2010. ... Full story

Fishing on the Frontier ebook - Parts 1-10

Author, guide and England International Fly Fishing team member Jeremy Lucas has been sharing his thoughts and observations about "Fishing on the Frontier" exclusively with Fish&Fly members through his very popular regular column on www.fishandfly.com for a while now. ... Full story

Fishing on the Frontier – Part 24 - August’s sleeping river

Someone I bumped into in Appleby was asking me about where and how best to fish the Eden. My immediate reply was: ‘In August, it is always going to be testy.’ ... Full story

Fishing on the Frontier ebook - Parts 1-10

Author, guide and England International Fly Fishing team member Jeremy Lucas has been sharing his thoughts and observations about "Fishing on the Frontier" exclusively with Fish&Fly members through his very popular regular column on www.fishandfly.com for a while now. Learning constantly about new innovations from fishing next to top class continental fly anglers in competition, Jeremy also has a very analytical view of fly fishing focused on improving catch rates and passes this information along for the benefit of all whether you are fishing at home or abroad. Whether fishing on his beloved River Eden in Cumbria or on the remarkable San River in Poland where he has a guiding business also, you can be sure that he will always be observing what is happening and getting ready to formulate the best approach to catch more fish. This ebook contains the first 10 columns in the "Fishing on the Frontier" series which we hope both current fans and new readers alike will find both enjoyable and informative. ... Full story

Fishing on the Frontier - Part 22 - Contrasts - Competition and Conservation

In a rough and tumble, helter skelter spring with a fly rod; from deep cold to deep drought, to storms and floods in May! And from the most perfect opportunities for upstream dry for wild trout snatching down the best hatch of March Browns I have ever witnessed in England, on Eden, to chasing rainbows very much looking upwards on Stocks, to catching a few of the best reservoir rainbows in the country, on Chew Valley Lake – and losing the spring international, big time! Sometimes, it seems like too much. ... Full story

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