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Welsh week, mate!
Wales has a lot of good fishing to offer
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A room with a view
Bacon and eggs...
Boys having fun
Cane on the Test
Just beat it
Looking for sculpins
Not that easy
Paul, Paul and Simon
Ready to release
Rod & Reel
The mad hatter
What I did
What Paul did
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GFF has been looking the same for almost a decade, and even though we haven't changed anything radical, there are changes in appearance.
October 28th 2011
Dyeing and Bleaching
This is a real classic written by the renown fly tyer and tying book author AK Best. The book was overhauled in 2004 and reprinted in a second edition with color images. It's the bible when it comes to dying fly tying materials, and is extremely thorough and useful - even for those that have no plans of dying, but just want to treat their materials as well as possible.
September 16th 2012
My First Fly Hatch
This was my first serious flyfishing trip on my own. I'd done a fair amount of spin-fishing in my younger days, and had tried flyfishing a few times with a buddy or guide over the years. But now, approaching age 50, I decided to get serious about flyfishing.
June 3rd 2010
This is a first! GFF partner Martin Joergensen read many books, which he had a hard time putting down, but never a fishing book. Not until this one at least. Bob "Bubba" Rich has managed to spellbind him with the story about the quest of getting into the Met Hall of Fame.
January 26th 2006
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