Monday June 16th 2008 (7 years ago)
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Hardy DVD

Published: Monday June 16th 2008 (7 years ago)
Updated: Wednesday July 16th 2008, 2:32PM
by Martin Joergensen

A British company with the fantastic name Trufflepig Films has made an interesting DVD about Hardy

Anybody who's into fly fishing will know Hardy. If you haven't heard about this famous British company, you must have grown up on a different planet - as a fly fisher, that is.

Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier have put together a DVD, which seems particularly interesting to people into the historical perspective of fly fishing - and in Hardy in particular - and certainly worth watching for the rest of us. Hardy has always represented something special in fly fishing, and judging from the trailers, the Truffle Pig has certainly found a lot of tasty Hardy-morsels.

The DVD has attracted quite a bit of attention and has drawn some great reviews. We're trying to get our hands on a review copy too, so you may get GFF's opinion too.

Until then you can enjoy one of several trailers on the web site, which has set up to sell the DVD. It can be purchased online for 25 or about USD 49.- or 32.- Euros.


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