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angling with an artificial fly as a lure

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80, includes admission to the Fly Fishing Show for that day.
the outdoor apparel company, today launched its Simple Fly Fishing campaign - a program designed to demystify fly fishing and make it more accessible.
8, 2011, Barry and Cathy were inducted into the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum Fly Fishing Hall of Fame.
The Newport Reservoir Fly Fishing Club AGM takes place on Thursday, November 24 at Risca Rugby Club and that is also the date for the AGM of Cardiff Reservoirs Fly Fishing Club at St Joseph's Sports Club in Whitchurch Road.
We feel the customized shopping cart will be a great asset to Tailwaters Fly Fishing Company, LLC.
Navidomskis' fly fishing passion for Utah's rivers isn't unique.
The outdoor programme offers breast cancer sufferers fly fishing at retreats around the UK and Ireland.
The outings, the group camaraderie and the challenge that fly fishing brings had Bullock hooked.
In 2006 the Arundell Arms, famous for its extensive river and lake fishing facilities, will be holding a series of beginners' four day fly fishing courses from pounds 395 for adults (pounds 240 for under 17s), and the hotel is forecasting that an increased number of women will sign up for the courses.
Danielle Ibister's Fly Fishing Anthology collects essays and excerpts from twenty popular sports writers--men and women--and exhibits them in a coffee table style album beautifully designed and arranged by Maria A.
GCSE student Mark Harrogate, from Ashington, finished 10th at the England Youth Fly Fishing Association Championships at Grafham Water in Cambridgeshire.
The World Fly Fishing Championships and regular Home Fly-fishing Internationals have helped to establish an international reputation for the fishery.
A-level student Lucy has been a devotee of fly fishing for almost seven years, but she has never met another teenage female enthusiast.
In any case, Arnold is a passionate and graceful writer; and he makes a brave attempt to unify these six wide-ranging meditations on John 21 (where the risen Jesus meets his disciples by the Sea of Galilee) through the metaphor of fly fishing.