Issue #22 Once again FLYFISHER magazine is overflowing with technical pieces for those wanting to know the where and the how of flyfishing. Biut there’s also a few articles that are worth browsing just for a good read! Sam Hitzke has written a nice piece for those chasing Australian bass on fly, LubinPfieffer discusses flyfishing for trout in a few South Australian streams close to Adelaide, Trevor Hawkins takes a look at a semi remote stretch of the magnificent King River in Victorias north east, plus investigates Lake William Hovell on the same river. Terry Conway presents an interesting article on new and old fly patterns and Mick Hall finishes up his article on the history of hoppers in FlyTalk. There’s more of course, including a few interesting AFN classics that are definitely worth revisiting.
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!Purchase the Latest Edition
Polaroiding cruising, caddis munching trout during overcast conditions.
Polaroiding Trout on Fly – SFDVD6 from AFN TV.