Thursday, April 5, 2012

Fly Fish Journal Shipping Now


This just in from the Fly Fish Journal:
Bellingham, WA - Between sunny, BBQ-worthy days on the mid-Atlantic and near-record snowstorms in Cascadia, The Flyfish Journal is pleased to announce the release of Issue #3.3 just in time for it to get really, really fishy. Featuring everything from hidden trout in the Korean DMZ, to the southern fried awesomeness of South Carolina’s salt marshes, to happy hour on Silver Creek—TFFJ #3.3 transports its readers to the most compelling and interesting spots on earth.

Explore the roots of tenkara, Japan’s distinct and ancient form of fly fishing as apostle Daniel Galhardo scales waterfalls and rides the backroads of Honshu to meet elderly masters, seek hidden char and “find” tenkara within modern Japanese culture. Learn about regular flyfishers making a real conservation difference in the rivers around Portland, OR as Rob Elam sits down with two guys who have challenged the status quo successfully with nothing more than laptops and ideas. Check out photographer Tim Romano’s brilliant collected works from the bayous of Louisiana to the rainforests of New Zealand—with leftover pizza warming on the truck defrost, black coffee at the Cajun diner and an Alaskan shore lunch of arctic char, Tim’s imagery serves up a decade-plus of delectable globetrotting moments.

Plus: The pain of shattered graphite, flying out of your jet sled with the greatest of ease, and those Red Balls you forgot all about and much more.

The fish are growing restless, the sun is getting closer and the new The Flyfish Journal is here. It’s getting better. Subscribe before Issue #3.3 sells out—and go wet a line.