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a Tight Loop magazine – Spring 2017

 

The Spring 2017 edition of a Tight Loop Magazine is now live! Check it out!

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Kype Magazine – Spring 2017

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This is Fly #62


Spring is around the corner and we are anxious to begin a new season of new adventures and time on the water. In the meantime enjoy the latest issue of This is Fly Magazine. 2017 begins with a head-banging menu of the most talented writers, photographer, artists, musicians and anglers in and outside of the fly fishing industry. Our goal remains constant as we look to work with elite contributors but to also seek out the next generation and undiscovered talent. As Spring melts away our seasonal depression we look forward to exploring the globe and presenting a unique collection of content to our readership. I hope you saved your sick days over the winter, because it’s time to call in and get some of that early season action.

This is Fly Magazine’s Issue 62 begins with Michael Caraci’s love affair with Kamchatka and a sacred river in Savan, Sultry Seductress. Longtime TIF contributor H. Bomb reveals his obsession with Ari ‘T Hart and how design and function win In The Hart of Patagonia. Alex Woodsum discusses the history of south Florida and the challenges that have now reignited a movement to save the Everglades or The Swamp. Christiaan Pretorius is on the road again and returns from an exploratory trip to Fanning Island, find out what he finds on the coral atoll. Hunter Harlow realizes he’s passing up Commuter Creek during a hankering for some quality tacos that takes him all the way across town. Because tacos are worth it, he finds a creek filled with hungry bass that gets overlooked by passerbys. RA Beattie’s latest project features Mike Dawes and Sandflea who suggest in Corazón: we must teach the next generation, teach them curiosity, camaraderie across borders and to value our fisheries and friends. Earl Harper’s unconventional approach of Capturing Time which focuses on the people you meet instead of the fish you catch.

Chase Hancock is back to showcase his patterns and his introduction into fly fishing and his immediate attraction to fly tying. Chase tells us, “I’m honestly excited for the future of fly tying and fishing. As a person who came in the profession as an outsider with a different frame of mind, I often encourage others to do the same. Progress does not come from people who will only go by the book.”

Our featured artist is Oregon-based Adam Haynes has worked with corporate brands like Nike, Patagonia, Howler Bros and many more. Adam defines his vision of the world through the language of his surroundings—the vivid geography of the Cascade Range and the off-kilter character of its rural inhabitants.

Lastly, our featured photographer Richard Morton is probably best known for filming and producing the 7 and 9 degrees south films showcasing the world class fishing on Alphonse, Astove and Cosmoledo in the Seychelles. He also has two other films to his credit, Shadow Fishing in the Yemen and Nubia. This featured photographer piece is a collection of some of his photographs documenting his travels through Southern Africa and all the way across the Pacific and Indian oceans in pursuit of adventures.

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Fly Punk (Free Digital Magazine) Issue 3 is Released


No tweed, wicker baskets or trousers tucked into socks. Just a free digital magazine aimed at the fly fishing punk … Read on and join the party …

After the success of our first two issues, we are pleased to announce that the third 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 3 leads with a feature on fly fishing for Arapaima, and has stories from USA, French Polynesia, France and the UK. We even included a few videos which we thought you may like and a book review!

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.

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Revive Fly Fishing Journal – Winter 2016

A new issue of Revive Fly Fishing Journal is live!

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North 40 Fly Shop Emag – February 2017

Check out the February edition of North 40 Fly Shop’s Emag! Good stuff!

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Southern Culture on the Fly – Winter 2017

New issue of SCOF is live!

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This is Fly #61

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We would like to wish all our readers a Happy New Year and announce the latest issue of This is Fly Magazine. As we begin our 10th year of production we are excited to work with the most talented writers, photographer, artists, musicians and anglers in and outside of the fly fishing industry. It’s our goal to continue to work with the elite contributors but to also seek out the next generation and undiscovered talent. We look forward to exploring the globe and presenting more stellar content to our readership. Have a healthy and adventurous 2017!

This is Fly Magazine’s Issue 61 begins with Florian Kaiser’s record setting trip in search of The Holy Grail aka Giant Peacock Bass. Longtime TIF contributor Derek Olthuis explains why you should not Place Blame on yourself, but suck it up and experience saltwater fly fishing; embracing and growing from any adversity. David Carmona gets a Christmas Island wish during a memorable week reliving The GT Crash. KC Badger and crew find out why Chum Salmon Are Punks as they ditch the overcrowded Steelhead runs and target this overlooked species. Corin Smith shines after Finding South African Gold, the incredible new freshwater sight fishing venue in the Orange River for Yellowfish, Catfish and Carp. Mark Hieronymus paints the perfect picture of the Tongass National Forest and why we need to protect this salmon sanctuary. Christiaan Pretorius is at it again, this time he’s in search of tarpon, but we are talking about The Big Ones found in the Nicaraguan jungle.

We talk shop with Randy Hanner about growing up in southern Missouri and his evolution into the sport of fly fishing and tying. He’s now an Umpqua signature tier with many sought after patterns to his credit and competes on the US Fly Fishing Team.

Our featured artist is California-based Tanner Goldbeck who explains what it’s like being an artist now with social media. Tanner says, “I’m naturally a grumpy old man so I’d say the old days were much better, but then I just took a pic of my drawing and I’m going Instagram it right after I type this out. It’s a love/hate sort of thing.”

Lastly, our featured photographer John Van Vleet’s who has been a long time friend of ours and it’s pretty bad that it took us 10 years to showcase his amazing diverse collection of photos. John’s work will transport you to Belize, Mexico, British Columbia and back to Montana with a strong continuity that pulls all the images together.

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a Tight Loop Magazine – Winter 2017

The Winter 2017 edition of a Tight Loop Magazine is live! Check it out!

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Fly Punk (Free Digital Magazine) Issue 2 is Released


No tweed, wicker baskets or trousers tucked into socks. Just a free digital magazine aimed at the fly fishing punk … Read on and join the party …

After the success of our first issue, we are pleased to announce that the second 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 2 leads with a feature on fly fishing for Halibut, and has stories from Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the UK. We even included a book review; one guys adventures fly fishing in Colorado.

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.

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