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The Loop staff has published a special Fair edition of The Loop. The publication is a benefit for all IFFF members. Not a member, then Click Here to Read and join the IFFF to take advantage of the informative and educational articles that are available in each publication.
• MCI Jim Sommercorn posits that casting is a form of throwing and should be taught as such. Read his informed thoughts on same in Throw A Good Cast
• Sekhar Bahadur gives us a thoughtful interview with Bill Gammel in Casting Masters Then and Now, Bill and (J.W.) Jay Gammel
• England's Paul Brown makes suggestions for an organized instruction day in, Teaching Preparation and Presentation.
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Jerry Coviello ties the Shad Fly, creator unknown. This is a nice pattern for salt water and you can switch up the hook and use it for fresh water.Jerry originally saw the pattern on Bob Marriott's web site. Click here for the pattern.
Livingston will be hopping this week with fair-goers. Registration desk at Park High School opens at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 2. The week is full of opportunities to improve your skills, lean more about our sport and meet some old and new friends. Click here for the show program.
New edition of the Flyfisher magazine now online. Read all about the Green Drake, found out what's happening in the Home Waters and read the latest on the Native Fish Conservation Areas. Click here to read more>>