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Flyfisher Magazine


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ISSUE 8 - High Season 2010

The new Flyfisher is a relevant, sophisticated and cutting edge flyfishing magazine targeting the dedicated and highly committed fly fisher. At a size of 310 x 260 mm, 132 pages of 128 gsm high gloss art paper and a 350 gsm distinctive front cover and totally different from any other fishing magazine on the market. It will be published twice a year.

Flyfisher magazine—you'll need a season to read it

Flyfisher is aimed squarely at the passionate fly angler and their partner, those who want to be kept informed of the latest techniques, destinations and equipment.


FEATURES:

West Coast Spring Creeks - travel to a part of New Zealand bubbling with trout streams

Melville Island - Micah Adams finds Flyfishing paradise in the far north

Swinging Wets - Craig Coltman examines an underutilised technique.

Late Season Canterbury - late season fishing in the waters of the Canterbury Region of New Zealand's South Island

The Catskill Connection - enjoy remarkable fishing within striking distance of New York City

Hoppertunities - Peter Hayes believes grasshoppers provide some of the best opportunities of the year

Khancoban Pondage - This stillwater is a serious option for anglers on both sides of the border, particularly when the streams are closed

Evolution Update - Muz Wilson continues to adapt and transform some effective trout flies

Otways Food, Wine & Fishing - enjoy the flyfishing and other delights along the Great Ocean Road and hinterland

Murray Cod - Peter Moses goes in search of Australia's iconic freshwater native.

Tasmania's Large Grey Dun - Mick Hall investigates one of Tasmania's significant insects.

Trout in Hot Water - investigate the complex question of how hot is too hot for trout fishing?

In the Footsteps of Scholes - Trevor Hawkins joins Peter Hayes on a pilgrimage to the home waters of a favourite writer.

Maribyrnong River Bream - enjoy Bream fishing in inner Melbourne