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									Fly Fishing Magazines


One of the best ways to learn about fly fishing is by reading about it.
You don’t have to buy hundreds of books, though. There are many
magazines dedicated to fly fishing, and most of them can give you a lot
of great information.

The leading magazine, and probably the most popular, is Fly Fisherman.
This magazine gives lots of great tips and tricks you can try, and it
brings you some of the most up-to-date news about streams and rivers that
are popular with fly fishermen. You can get reviews of lodges and
destinations as well as reports as to where the fish are biting the best.
Subscription rates are $24 per year, and you can also check them online
at www.flyfisherman.com.

Fly Rod and Reel is another popular magazine among experienced fly
fishers. They touch on fishing etiquette, fly tying, and human interest
stories from other fishermen. Recent issues have focused on conservation
efforts along with ways to preserve the areas you will be fishing so
others can enjoy the same waters. It is published six times per year and
subscription rates are $19.97 for one full year. Online, they are
located at www.flyrodreel.com.

Fly Fish America is an excellent magazine that brings you very
comprehensive information on fly fishing. They do reviews of various fly
fishing gear, give instructions on how to tie different flies as well as
provide fishing reports. This magazine is also online at
www.flyfishamerica.com. A yearly subscription for the paper form of the
magazine for 7 issues is just $15.95.

When you subscribe to American Angler magazine, you will find practical
information on the tactics, techniques, tackle, and flies that will bring
you more success in your fly fishing endeavors. Recent issues have
focused on the advantages to using wet flies as well as a south Alaska
fly fishing expedition. It is also published six times a year with a
subscription rate of $19.95 per year.

A specialty magazine called Fly Tyer is the only magazine dedicated
exclusively to the art of tying your own flies. Publishing quarterly,
Fly Tyer has all sorts of articles on the history, tradition, and
innovations in the art of fly tying. For four issues, which is a year’s
subscription, it will cost you $19.95.

There are many, many more fly fishing magazines that are published. Most
will offer you some excellent information along with tips and techniques
that you can put to use on your next fly fishing trip. Find one that you
like and take in all that it has to offer. That’s how great fishermen
are made!

								
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