Individual taste in books varies as much as the favorite rod
or fly. With that in mind, we hope to review books and
videos from the ever-growing fly fishing world, and share
them with you. Books will be the best of all worlds, new
and old. Many of the old books are now available in reprint,
and the wisdom contained is timely today. Others can be
found in second-hand book stores, or by mail order dealers.
As we find videos we feel are outstanding they will be included.
Be assured, reviews are based on what we have actually read,
and due to that fact, may not appear weekly.
August 23rd, 1999
The Canadian Fly Fisher
Canadian Mail Publications
389 Bridge Street West, Belleville, Ontario K8N 4Z2
Phone: Toll Free: 1-888-805-5608, (613) 966-8017, Fax: (613) 966-5002
There is a new magazine on the market! This one is the very
first Canadian fly fishing magazine - and if you are a Canadian,
live close enough to the border to get there occasionally, or
just want to know what is going on North of the Border, I
highly recommend it.
Features is this Summer Issue include: The Downtown Fly
Fisher (Fly fishing in and around Montreal's four rivers,)
Somewhere West of Winnipeg (Fabulous stillwater trout
fishing on the prairies,) Romancing the Char (The unpredictable
sea-run char of northern Labrador,) Pacific Salt (Ocean fly
fishing B.C. style,) Deep Summer (Images of summer fly fishing -
dawn to dusk,) A Definite "Depends" (Are spawning steelhead
threatening stocks of wild brown and brook trout,) Seasons
of Southern Ontario (A year round guide to the fly fishing
riches of Canada's deep south.)
Add to that three sections on Fly Tying! This issue has
Great Canadian Flies (The Pointe au Baril) and Tradition and
Innovation (The Usual) and a section on tying - for "The
Absolute BEGINNER," most of the articles also have
recommended flies with photos and fly patterns.
The photography is super, (this one from the "Somewhere
West of Winnepeg" article,) paper quality nice and heavy to
the hand. Just a great job. There are other 'bonus' things
One entitled, "Grandad's Rod, Trash or Treasure" with
really good information on what to look for in an old cane
rod., Musky Water, and Small Stream Strategies are
both excellent articles.
That's still not all! There is a Gear and Gadgets Section, The
Club Page, Conservation Page, and even though this is only
the second issue, Letters to the Editor.
FAOL offers it's congratulations to Editor Chris Marshall and his
staff. This is a keeper! We look forward to receiving the fall issue
in early September.
The Canadian FLY FISHER
Summer Issue 60 pages.
Single copy: $6.95 Canadian
Annual Subscriptions: Canada/US $19.95 (Includes GST)
Outside North America: $38.00
We are proud to have The Canadian FLY FISHER as a Sponsor,
you can read about the current issue here!
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