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Re: American Angler magazine quits

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Hey guys. I just started a thread on American Flyfishing Mag in the Ephemera section. Didn't see this one until after I posted it. Agree on Cal Flyfisher. Great local mag and it's now the only one left for me anyway...
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Speaking of "worthy" fly fishing publications, if you haven't seen or tried 'THE flyfish JOURNAL', you should.
It is simply an outstanding magazine with incomparable photo journalism. BTW, it's now in its 11th year.

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Re: American Angler magazine quits

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Flyman615 wrote:
07/31/20 19:41
Speaking of "worthy" fly fishing publications, if you haven't seen or tried 'THE flyfish JOURNAL', you should.
It is simply an outstanding magazine with incomparable photo journalism. BTW, it's now in its 11th year.

Scott
And to your recommendation, I will add “Swing the Fly”. Though it mostly covers anadromous fishing, it also has occasional articles on soft hackles, trout, and has really nice writing, poetry, and artwork that covers history, tradition, and stewardship. it is a hearty thick journal with solid paper that will remind you of Shotgun Journal.
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Re: American Angler magazine quits

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it would be nice if the older issues are viewable for free?

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