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One of the most popular venues of our site is the Reviews section. A good mixture of product and literature reviews are a heathly addition to a global site such as ours. Without them, we would be just another run-of-the-mill flyfishing site. We are honest, frank and to the point when reviewing books and publications for our site. We combine over 25 years of flyfishing experience from the four corners of the globe into each thought-provoking review. We aren't scientific, we are realistic. Your product review will undoubtetly reach tens of thousands of international visitors in only a matter of weeks. Most importantly of all, the review costs you nothing!

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We would be more than happy to review your flyfishing product. Each review consists of a full content summary and a no-nonsense narrative of our review staff's thoughts and opinions. We strive to remain fair and honest. The opinons reflected in our reviews are definitely ours and remain consistent from review to review. (sample a few reviews) Not everyone gets a rave review, but we always look for the best in everything. Putting pride aside is a must when submitting items for review.

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Submission Policy
Please observe these few guidlelines when submitting books or publications for review:

  • Take extra caution in packaging your material prior to sending. Remember, we scan the actual publication to obtain a presentable graphic for use on our website. Damaged publications make for poor graphics.
  • Submit exactly what is marketed to the public. Nothing more, nothing less.
  • If your Preface or Introduction section does not address the target market or the intended use, please include a small write-up indicating so. This helps us in reviewing the publications intended purpose.
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User comments
From: MALCOLM TYTELL · mflytier331·at·msn.com  Link
Submitted December 15th 2006

Hello Martin. I have yet to see a review done about this "shady book" You told me at the end of Oct. that you'd get to it. I've seen reviews on other media that have been out for less time. I'd like the public to get a reputable report about this


GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted October 28th 2006

Malcolm,

I have had that book on my bedtable for a while, and have read most of it. A review is on the way. It is in many ways a fine book with lots of good advice, but at the same time both the book itself and the marketing of the book is really more like some manual for a pyramid scam than a fishing book. I will bump the review in the pile and get it published as soon as possible,

Martin


From: MALCOLM TYTELL · mflytier331·at·msn.com  Link
Submitted October 28th 2006

I am an avid nymph fisherman. I am kind of puzzled as to why I have not yet seen one review in any fly fishing publication or on any ff website of the book that has been advertised online for probably close to a year entitled "Why Some Guys Catch All The Fish". This book is advertised on a site called Nymph-Fishing.com. The advertising of this book just seems kind of shady to me and other anglers I've spoken to. I won't consider spending any money on this book until I read reviews of it in a major ff mag or one of the well known websites.



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