Flyfisher is a boutique magazine that many flyfishing enthusiasts have enjoyed ever since it first hit shelves in 1993. In the early days of publication, the magazine was an annual and soft cover issue.
Issue #16 of FLYFISHER magazine continues on with our series on learning and mastering the basic fly casting stroke, while Nick Taransky discusses the effects of drag when fishing, and how to get a good dry fly drift in part one of this engaging two part series. We take an extended road trip along the Great Alpine Road discussing some of the amazing flyfishing on offer in this unique part of Victoria. Adam Royter visits the legendary Goulburn River and unlocks a few of its secrets and Phillip Weigall shares some thoughts on catching those often-elusive leaping trout.
We take a close look at the Bradys Chain of lakes in Tasmania and Neil Grose discusses how to use wind to your fishing advantage on Tasmanian Lakes. There’s more of course, as there always is, including the ever-popular Fly Talk by Mick Hall.
Fly Casting: Getting Started 2
Getting the Drift
The Great Alpine Road
Picking the Wind
Flyfisher is a boutique magazine that many flyfishing enthusiasts have enjoyed ever since it first hit shelves in 1993. In the early days of publication, the magazine was an annual and soft cover issue. Flyfisher magazine then was published bi annually and has grown to earn the respect of hardened fly anglers in Australia and New Zealand. The magazine is now published six times a year in conjunction with Freshwater Fishing magazine. The editor is Trevor Hawkins, one of Australia’s most respected flyfishing authors. The magazine always attracts the best content from leading authors around the country, and in an age where fly fishing is growing in popularity once more, this is a publication to get your hands on as soon as it hits the shelves!
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Polaroiding cruising, caddis munching trout during overcast conditions.
Polaroiding Trout on Fly – SFDVD6 from AFN TV.