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The people behind GFF


Published Jan 1st 2000

A short intro to what and who drives the Global FlyFisher

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We do this for fun!

Not for money. Not for fame (well, maybe a little). Not out of duty.

For fun!

I'm the main character here, providing a lot of content, editing most of the contributed articles, running the technology behind the site plus a few more odds and ends.
- Martin Joergensen, Denmark
You can always contact me at martin@globalflyfisher.com

There are currently three more guys occasionally contributing to the site as partners:
- Bob Petti, USA
- Steve Schweitzer, USA
- Kasper Muehlbach, Denmark/Sweden

Last but not least you will find the man behind the Streamers section, who unfortunately drifted away from the site a while back:
- Bob Skehan, USA

We're just plain fly fishermen and fly tiers like the rest of you.

We write about stuff we want to - and stuff we guess you want to read about. We cover patterns, fly tying, fishing methods, DVD's and books and gear. Most of the things we show are things we do ourselves or own ourselves. We do get review copies of books and DVD's, but it's not like a never ending fountain of packages at our doorsteps. Mostly we have to say "please!" quite a few times to get our hands on things and oftentimes we have to buy it ourselves... which we do... a lot.

We have a bunch of people helping us with content and usually provide space for anyone with anything interesting to say. So if you want to be a part of the "GFF family", just let us know. We work with pros as well as amateurs and aren't deeply concerned with your level of writing or photography as long as you have something relevant and interesting to tell.

There is a whole section with articles about the site.

If you produce books, art, films or other things, you can also participate in other ways
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User comments
From: Anonymous  Link
Submitted April 30th 2010

George,

great meeting you too!

Let's see if there are any readers who will reveal the info about the "Kelt"

Kasper


From: George · svedala1·at·yahoo.ie  Link
Submitted April 29th 2010

Hi Kasper,

It was great meeting you & family this evening at 'Engelsk Bro' . As I pointed out, I have recently been smitten by the south Sweden sea-trout bug, and not sure I want to recover. Although, having first fished as a kid in the Dublin mountains with 'Me DA' (Irish slang for my father), I still consider myself to be a pure amateur. Meeting a pro like yourself, was indeed a pleasure. Unfortunately, you did not have an answer to my question. What is the derivation of the word 'Kelt'. After, a quick search on-line, the answer was not as forth coming as I first thought it might be. Therefore, on your suggestion, I would like to put it out there to the avid readers. Anyone know, in the context of sea-trout, the origin of the word, 'Kelt'.

Best wishes, and tight-lines!

George



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