YELLOWSTONE AREA NO LONGER CLOSED TO FISHING
The Madison, Firehole and lower Gibbon rivers in the Yellowstone area
are now down to normal temps, reports Bob Kloskowski.
A 50 MILLION CROWN COVER UP STORY?
THE NORTH WEST FLY TYING EXPOSITION REPORT
The ASA, American Sportfishing Association, a non-profit recreational fishing industry association based in Alexandria, Va wrote already in 1997: Angling is big business and the net result is a substantial contribution to the nation's -- and Pennsylvania's -- economy.
Even if the story is old, it is well worth reading here:
You can read a report on socio-economy of fishing in European countries
GARY LAFONTAINE DIED TODAY
It is with great sadness we hear that Gary Lafontaine has died 56 years old January 4, 2002.
SWEDISH SCOUTING - A FISHING REPORT
Swedish fishing, and especially fly fishing in the north of Sweden is
ON FISH-FARMING IN LOUGH SWILLY
WFFC - 2001, CONGRATULATIONS TO FRANCE,
FINLAND AND CZECH REPUBLIC
INTERNATIONAL FLY FAIRS IN SCANDINAVIA
This years Fly Fairs in both Sweden and Finland show that it is evident that the fly fishing industry is in debt to the individuals who help it to develope.For a full review and links to interesting exhibitors please go here! And for visiting the Finnish Fly Fair please go here!
HOW SOME TEAMS PREPARED FOR THE WORLD FLY FISHING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN SWEDEN
Sweden hosted the XXI FIPS-Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship in Southern Swedish Lapland between 14 and 21 August 2001.For more info on the competition and program please go here!
Or read more here below about techniques, tackle, rules and results in the last European Fly Fishing Championships fished in many of the same waters as the WFFC-2001 in Sweden.The 1998 European Fly Fishing Championships
MORE WOMEN IN THE SPORT OF FLY FISHING
A recent survey commissioned by the American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA) and later published in Outdoors Unlimited, the publication of the Outdoor Writers Association of American, reveals a major increase in women in the sport of Fly Fishing, 2001."What´s New"
NEW SCIENTIFIC PROOF, TROUT DO REMEMBER YOUR FLIES!
Popular rivers only produce one third as many hookups as remote and unfished ones do because trout learn to avoid artificial flies.
New Scientist reports that a study made by scientists and anglers in two trout streams in New Zealand, now at last confirms what we flyfishermen already knew:
Read more about it in"What´s New"
From fishing in Southern Lapland, read more about a scientific radio tagging about the Lögde River here!
OR HERE!....Wham and I was into what turned out to be a trout of over 6lbs when I eventually managed to get hold of it and release it after a hectic battle Terry Lawton goes fly-fishing in Sweden
ANGLERS ALL 2000: Showing June 2000-January 2001
The Museum of the Rockies was hosting Anglers All 2000, a dynamic celebration of fly fishing in America.
This exhibition that opened June 3, 2000, originated at the American Museum of Fly Fishing. It was successfully enhanced to highlight local and regional fly-fishing history.
Read more about it here!
NEW FLY FISHING BOOKS
These two books really enhances the joy of fly fishing and
help to grasp the core of interest so many of us have in this beautiful
YOUR QUESTION STILL ISN'T ANSWERED?