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Livingston Montana was the gathering place as fly fishers from around the world descended on the city in early August 2016 to take part in the International Fly Fishing Fair. The week-long event brought some of the best fly fishers in the sport together to share their skills and learn new ones. A group representing Fishing Vision LTD attended and filmed portions of the event so that others in Japan and around the world could learn about the many activities of the International Federation of Fly Fishers. Credit for the production include FISHING VISION Co.,LTD, www.fishingvision.tv , President Ryo Arisawa, Executive Director Junya Miyaji and 3 other production staff members. Click to watch the trailer.
New edition of the Flyfisher magazine now online. Read about the grayling as well as industry leaders Tom Morgan and Wapsi Fly who are highlighted in this issue. Found out what's happening in the Home Waters and meet Kuni Masuda, a member from Washington who has worked tirelessly to promote the IFFF to the international community in Japan . Click here to read more>>
• Bruce Richards writes about Masters Then and Now
• Kenneth Chia shares information about Fly Fishing in China
• Awards and recognition are given an annual awards banquet in Livingston, MT
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The General Practitioner
Most traditional “Classic” Atlantic Salmon flies are patterns developed in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Elaborate in design and complex to create, they often contain up to two dozen of the most exotic materials imaginable in each fly. The “Full Dressed” flies of old are now wonderful for the eye, but involved to tie and painful to lose when fishing. This relative “newcomer“, however, has a modest makeup and is really a simple pattern to produce. Click here for the pattern.