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ESSAY ON THE JAN DU TOIT'S RIVER

Friday, 22 April 2011 06:57
AN ESSAY ON THE JAN DU TOIT’S RIVER WESTERN CAPE By STEVE DUGMORE (Steve Dugmore is an architect by profession, but also a maker of exquisite bamboo fly rods. He lives in Cape Town. See his Freestone fly rods on http://www.freestonerods.co.za/. The Jan du Toits flows near Worcester in the…

C & F Threader and clipper

Sunday, 17 April 2011 06:14
C&F Design’s 3-in-1 Clipper/ Threader - From Tom Lewin Frontier Flyfishing Threading tippet through the eyes of tiny flies can be a real mission, especially in the half light of dawn and dusk. This handy little tool combines a razor sharp clipper with a threader that makes tying on even…

The river Nera in central Italy

Saturday, 09 April 2011 05:36
TROUT OF THE ITALIC LAND by Luca Montanari The Nera River is one of the more charming and suitable trout fly fishing rivers in the central part of Italy. Situated in a picturesque valley, famous for its black truffles, the Nera River extends into the municipalities of the city of…

Pete Brigg's February 2011 Paragraph

Tuesday, 15 February 2011 16:16
Peter Brigg's Paragraph and images for February 2011 'The weather turned foul and there was little prospect for fishing. We passed most of the day and evening in a deep valley below the towering escarpment, hunkered around the fire in conversation and drinking copious amounts of coffee. A sense of…
A FLY TYING DVD SERIES BY ED HERBST WITH PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW INGRAM Written by Ed Herbst Behind my JVice with my friend Andrew Ingram behind the camera Herewith some background on what we hope will be a series that celebrates and chronicles the evolution of what can be considered…

Pete Brigg's January Paragraph

Wednesday, 19 January 2011 04:16
January 2011 Pete Brigg's Paragraph 'I have been fishing the stream for what seems like forever, hunting and catching the descendants of their ancestors who were first set free in these waters 120 years ago. By my standards, I have clocked more than half a lifetime and some serious miles…