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Contact site partners and webauthors Martin Joergensen, Steve Schweitzer, Bob Skehan or Bob Petti to speak at your next outing, meeting or event. We utilize state-of-the art imaging technology to present multi-media and animated slideshows covering a wide-range of topics. When presenting flytying, we tailor the discussion to the group's interest and actively involve everyone.

Since we are co-located in Europe and the USA , we are most likely we are near your club or organization.

We have a wide-range of flyfishing and flytying topics including:

  • Flyfishing destinations
  • Western Fly Tying
  • European Fly Tying
  • Salmon Fly Tying
  • Flyfishing Techniques
  • Leader Design
  • Kid's programs
and more!...

Steve Violette, (left) and Martin Joergensen (center, site partner) demonstrate a few flytying techniques.



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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted January 2nd 2009

Michael,

Whatever you have received from here with references to stamps.com and packages it's not from us. We don't send out any packages or mails about such packages. Someone must have faked an address from here. It's a known fact that lots of spammers use any address they can get their hands on as senders for mails. Why they would lead you to stamps.com, which is a legit USPS site, is beyond me.

Just ignore and delete it

Martin


From: Michael Capristo · capristo·at·bellsouth.net  Link
Submitted January 2nd 2009

On 1/2/09 I recived an email attributed to your site. It said you had sent me a package via the US mail and that I could check it out by boing to www.stamps.com (I believe this to be a known scamming site). Are you associaated with this email or is it a scam.



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