Published Dec 5. 2020 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Dec 5. 2020

GFF Newsletter: Streamers 365 joins the Global FlyFisher! | Swimming Caddis Pupa | Motley Flies | Nick Mayer

The Global FlyFisher

Simply the Best Place to go for Online Fly Fishing and Fly Tying
Dec 5. 2020
So we're getting closer to Christmas, and GFF has an early Christmas present!

Last week I opened access to a new section on the Global FlyFisher: Streamers 365. And yes, if you recognize that name, it's because it actually is the content of Canadian Darren MacEachern's fabulous site
Darren contacted me a while back and asked if I wanted to take over the site, because he wanted to shut it down and focus on other things. I immediately said yes, but also knew that I'd integrate the Streamers 365-content into the rest of GFF rather than having it as a separate site.
This rich resource on classic NE streamers was a perfect update to the old Streamers section, which dates back to the Raske NE Streamer site, and hadn't seen significant updates in years.
So the S365-content was converted and imported, and is now a part of GFF. When Darren shuts down the "mother site" it will point to the new section on GFF.

You will find a link to the section in the links below where you'll also find Norwegian Viggo Larsson's scruffy, swimming caddis, a bunch of fly pictures I dug out and an article about the fantastic art of Nick Mayer.
Apart from these and no less than 850 new streamer articles, the update frequency is that same as it has been for a while. New articles pop up now and then, and new videos are added all the time.

I have a few new things in the pipeline, and hope to find time to finish some during December, among them an article on my good friend Soren Skarby's fantastic fish photo project. That will come soon.

So for now it's Merry Christmas from here. Stay safe and keep tying threads and fly lines tight.






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Martin Joergensen
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