fliesA documentary on the life and work of a world-renowned maker of fishing flies goes on general release later this week.

Megan Boyd’s creations were sought after by anglers in the UK and America.

They were also used by the Duke of Rothesay, a regular visitor to Sutherland where Ms Boyd lived most of her life in a small cottage near Brora.

US director Eric Steel decided to make the documentary after reading an obituary following her death in 2001.

Called Kiss the Water, its release in UK cinemas from 10 January comes ahead of the start of the new fly fishing season in Scotland.

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