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Article
Nov 24. 2002
My fly line doesn't understand me! And I don't understand it... This article tries to explain tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the other terms that manufacturers use for these expensive pieces of string.
Article
Nov 23. 2002
Danish photographer and publisher
Review
Nov 23. 2002
Ken Hanley has done it again - and beat himself at it: made a book about the less traditional fly fishing in the salt.
Review
Nov 20. 2002
A no-frills treatise to teach us "how to cast effectively for the biggest fish under the most demanding situations".
Article
Nov 18. 2002
I have seen many recommendations - many different recommendations - and I must admit that I personally hesitate to recommend any particular type, make or model of kayak.
Review
Nov 18. 2002
This is the first book I have found dealing entirely with fishing from a kayak.
Article
Nov 13. 2002
"Where have I been? Why didn't I use this before?!". The Quick-Seine is not a new product on the market as it won the Top Ten new product award at the 1996 International Fly-Tackle Dealer show,
Article
Nov 13. 2002
Now that we have our strips of bamboo tapered into sections for our fly rod, the next step is to glue these strips together into whole rod sections.
Review
Nov 12. 2002
If you want to know who's who and where's where, John Randolph is the guy to learn from. If there's anyone he hasn't fished with, and anywhere he hasn't fished, I'd be mighty surprised.
Review
Nov 11. 2002
With a subtitle such as "The essential guide to fly fishing tactics" and cover texts such as "When to fish and where to cast" and "How to match the perfect fly" the promises are piling up i
Article
Nov 10. 2002
Not only do all the major rod companies sell their blanks, there are several companies that produce and sell only blanks. Where to begin? Rainshadow might be one choice. Great, afordable blanks.
Article
Nov 10. 2002
You do not get to fish a 12 weight one hand rod every day. GFF partner Martin Joergensen has had the pleasure of field testing a Sirrus 12 wt - an impressing rod at a very good price.

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