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Rutland Trout

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Paul is in England’s smallest county, though it does enjoy a big reputation amongst trout fishermen. Rutland water, in Rutland is famous for its Brown and Rainbow Trout. This large reservoir can be quite daunting, so Paul meets up with one of Rutland’s best known angling guide's Dave Doherty. Conditions are looking perfect and Dave is confident that they'll find fish feeding high in the water so dry fly fishing is the order of the day.

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