Tag Archives: fly-fishing magazines

Southern Culture on the Fly 2nd Anniversary Issue


Written by: Phil Monahan

First off, an admission: In 2000, my wife and I packed up and moved from the mountains of Vermont to North Carolina. But it didn’t take. After 18 months, this Yankee felt the need to return to his native soil. It’s not that there was anything wrong with Southern living—aside from 10 months of sweating and a marked lack of. . .

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3 New Issues of Fly-Fishing Magazines Now Online


Written by: Phil Monahan

Check out these great new issues from three very different online publications. First up is Catch Magazine, the grandaddy of them all. As you’d expect, this issue is full of fantastic photography—this time from destinations as diverse as Oregon’s Metolius River, Argentina’s Jurassic Lake, and. . .

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“Angling Trade: The Product Issue” Now Online


Written by: Phil Monahan

The September issue of Angling Trade is billed as “The Product Issue,” and it’s chock-full of good stuff—especially if you’re a bit of a gear-head. The big feature is the “Hot List,” which focuses on the hottest new gear for 2014, including award winners from. . .

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New Issues of “The New Fly Fisher” and “Carp Pro” Are Online Now


Written by: Phil Monahan

The latest issue of The New Fly Fisher, from the folks who make the Canadian TV show of the same name, has got some great articles in it. Those who are looking forward to chasing Great Lakes steelhead will benefit from the wisdom of well-known guide Glen Hales. As usual, there’s also plenty of stillwater content, as well as. . .

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