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FlyMeister 2001
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See the virtual gallery of all winning flies here..
See all flies in all categories here.
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The Global FlyFisher and The International Fly Tying Symposium have fisnihed the tough voting in the first ever FlyMeister fly tying contest!

See the winners here!

We have some great prizes to be distributed amongst the winners and a linup of well known and respected International judges who carefully selected the winners. The winners were chosen on the

Prizes for the Category Grand Masters
International Fly Tying Symposium in Somerset New Jersey, USA, on November 17th and 18th, 2001.

We are currently working on the distribution of the prizes and will mail out prizes, diplomas and ribbons as soon as possible. We are also working on a complete photo report from the IFTS show with pictures of the flies, the GFF booth and much, much more...

There were fies submitted in the following categories--a maximum of six flies per entrant:

Traditional Salmon Featherwing - Gordon
Catskill Dry Fly
Saltwater Baitfish
Featherwing Streamer
Tube Fly

The International Fly Tying Symposium
Neal Hall, rodmaker, The Custom Rod Builder's Guild
Robert Venneri
Coch-y-Bonddu Books
Frank Amato Books
Partridge of Redditch
Rooney Tube Works
Fishing Creek Angler
Salmon Fly
Global FlyFisher

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