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25 Best National Parks to Fly Fish
Jan 24th 2013/
Our own Steve Schweitzer is on the way with a new book on fly fishing in national parks
Jan 24th 2013/
Even more foils are hitting the shelves as the tying season peaks and fishing is about to go off in the northern hemisphere. This time for squid.
Partridge Fly Tying Days are here again
Jan 19th 2013/
I was one of the lucky tiers that attended some of the Partridge Tying Days back in the nineties. Partridge will now re-introduce these events
Value of US sportfishing: $48 billion!
Jan 18th 2013/
The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) estimates that recreational fishing supports more than 800,000 jobs and turns over $48 billion a year in the US.
New shrimp foils on the way
Jan 16th 2013/
The German company FlyPeople is introducing a new and exciting shrimp foil
Wide Open videos on demand
Jan 15th 2013/
Danish video producer Niels Vestergaard's company Wide Open Outddor Film now offers most of its films for online viewing in HD and several languages
New UNI products for 2013
Jan 7th 2013/
One of the big players in the thread, yarn, tinsel and floss market has a fe new products for 2013.
New version of Czech dubbing brush tool
Jan 5th 2013/
The Siman Turbo Spinning Block is a popular ans pretty smart tool for making dubbing brushes. It just got an upgrade that makes it even smarter.
iMOW-tips from Rio
Jan 4th 2013/
New intermediate/sinking tips from line manufacturer Rio should give better depth control and strike detection
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