The new issue of This is Fly magazine is live!
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I’m sad to see this one go. This is the final issue of Revive magazine. Read the inside cover for the details and enjoy the final issue.
The new issue of Tail Fly Fishing Magzine is now out! This is the only saltwater fly fishing magazine I know of and it is a quality publication. They recently went to a print version of the magazine, but still offer a digital subscription as well. It’s definitely worth the subscription, because they pack a lot of cool stuff into this mag. So be sure to check it out!
The Summer 2017 edition of Southern Culture on the Fly is live! Check it out!
Yes, I’m a little late on posting this. I meant to post it when it came out and then it slipped through the cracks. I love fly fishing from my kayak, so I definitely wanted to post about KBF magazine.
There are a couple of good fly articles in this edition too. One on how to fish skinny water and the other on a nice streamer by Brandon Bailes.
Check it out!
In the latest issue of the North 40 Fly Shop eMag, we’re excited to announce a recap from our Trout Spey Clave 2.0 with Tom Larimer, Paula Schearer and Klaus Frimor. In addition to that, we went out in search of coastal cutts and bulls in British Columbia. There’s an article in the latest issue about that, a trailer we made for the short film, plus an exploration of Manitoba and the Deschutes in summer.
After the success of our first three issues, we are pleased to announce that the fourth issue of Fly Punk magazine (www.fly-punk.com) has been released. Aimed at the younger generation of fly fishers, you cannot help but be drawn into our sport by the passion each contributor has. Issue 4 leads with a feature on fly fishing in Finland and how to earn a living from fly fishing, and has stories from USA, French Polynesia, South Africa and Switzerland. We even included a few videos which we thought you may like!
Planned for publication once every other month the magazine is packed full of people who all have experiences to share. We believe these will influence the future of our sport/art (depending on your perspective). This is not your normal fly fishing magazine, we won’t show you how to do it, instead we will try to figure out and share why we all do it.