You don’t want to miss out on Fly Fusion’s summer issue. It’s loaded with cutting-edge fly patterns that will add to your dry-fly success, with thought-provoking strategies on using slack line to your advantage, and with guide tips on how to better read a stream. It’s also got so much more including a special bonus. The editors compiled a list of some of their favourite gear for the “Great Gear Giveaway”. There’s a number of coveted items that made the list including a Water Master. The summer issue is in subscribers’ hands now and is set to hit newsstands the last week of May. If you’d rather not wait to join the Fly Fusion family click here to subscribe.
The Answer to the Riddle
Riddle: What do sexy subsurface patterns, innovative nymphs, world leaders, nuclear weapons, and the photo below (by Derek Olthuis) have in common? Answer: The spring issue of Fly Fusion Magazine, where you’ll find intelligent, creative, and thought-provoking articles enhanced by the best fly-fishing photography provided by the best fly-fishing photographers. Subscribe by clicking here to join the adventure.
The Nymphing Handbook
The spring edition of Fly Fusion Magazine is on newsstands, so make sure you pick up a copy or click here to subscribe. The issue is loaded with techniques to take your nymphing game to the next level. You’ll also find lots new and innovative subsurface patterns. For those anglers who plan on spending more time on lakes this spring, you’ll want to make sure you check out Brian Chan’s thoughts on early spring tactics. And for the steelhead angler, author Dana Sturn explores a number of ways you can hold onto more steelhead once you’ve hooked into one. All this plus new PMD emerger patterns, spring gear reviews, and so much more. (Image below from the photo essay “Seriously North” by Derek Olthuis featured in this issue of Fly Fusion Magazine).
Fly Fusion Announces Streaming Platform
We are very excited to announce the launch of a brand new streaming platform for the fly-fishing community! Welcome to Fly Fusion Streaming, where we’ll be adding new content constantly and you’ll have ongoing and access to the Fly Fusion Series as well as exclusive access to past presentations of the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. The best in fly-fishing films. Click through on the following link, get yourself signed-up and watch on any device: flyfusionstreaming.com
The New Summer Issue
The editorial team is exited about the latest edition of Fly Fusion Magazine, which is arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes throughout the week and will show up on newsstands in the next few weeks.
The summer issue is packed with tons of fly-fishing goodness including the editor’s pick for the best new mayfly pattern, secret terrestrial techniques, Jim McLennan’s take on PMDs, and so much more. In addition, the issue also features some of the best photography to date!
This is an issue you’re not going to want to miss out on. If you haven’t already, make sure you subscribe or pick up a new issue from the newsstands.
Take a Sneak Peak Inside the Summer Issue
There’s lots to look forward to in the summer issue. One of the many highlights is Jim McLennan’s article on Pale Morning Duns. The article is packed full of helpful insight into this favourite summer trout snack. In addition, it is accompanied by some outstanding photos like the one below by fly-fishing photographer Jason Jagger. By the time you’re finished reading Jim’s article, you’ll be able to identify a few distinguishing features between PMDs and other mayflies like the blue-winged olive pictured below.
Throwback Thursday | Premier Issue
Fly Fusion Magazine’s premier issue was released on June 1st, 2004 exclusively to fly shops. Our then Publisher, Chris Bird, worked through the night with Art Director, Terry Paulhus, to put the final touches on volume 1, issue 1 just in time to send it off to press. A collection of articles from Jim McLennan, Brian Chan, Kathy Ruddick, Phil Rowley and fly casting guru Chris Seipio make up one of our favourite issues of all time. With only 2,000 copies printed this one is impossible to find and there are only two copies remaining at Fly Fusion HQ. We don’t spend too much time around the office looking back, but just for fun we thought we’d take a quick look and share.
Depending on where you’re from, the winter months can be extremely difficult for the fly angler. The Fly Fusion staff understands cabin fever as well as anyone, so they wanted to release their spring cover in its design stages as a reminder that great fishing is just around the corner.
International Fly Fishing Film Festival Set for 2017 Premier
The International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) is set for their 2017 world premiere on Friday, January 6 at the Denver Fly Fishing Show.
Festival producers highly anticipate the start of the 2017 cycle. Co-producer Derek Bird said, “I can’t think of a year where I’ve been so excited to turn on the IF4 engines. This is the best line up of films we’ve ever had.”
“The Festival features a great mix of films from around the globe. It’s the perfect balance between trout, saltwater, and exotic species. Anyone who attends this year is going to be taken on an incredible ride,” Bird said.
For more information on the films and to check on screening locations go to flyfilmfest.com
New Issue Of Fly Fusion Mobi Now Live!
Thanks to our friends at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival for working with us on this special surprise Christmas edition of Fly Fusion Mobi! The issue contains stunning behind the scenes images from several filmmakers who’s films have been chosen as official selections within the 2017 cycle of the festival. This is FREE fly-fishing goodness! Click through, check out the amazing photography and then SHARE this link, as a gift, with a friend.
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