Fly Life Magazine

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Industry news, shouts & murmurs 

Our new Industry News format synopsizes stories that may be of interest to a broader base of readers. It helps keep each week's editorials more focused [...]

February 7, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Profile: Henry Cowen, Georgia carpin’

Fly fishing for carp has long past new rage animal to cast to, but there are still many pages to be learned about this fish that is more like a redfish than bonefish [...]

November 22, 2017 Fly Fishing, Profile, RECENT, Slide

Video: Menhaden conservation video hits home

Menhaden is the second largest fishery in the US. VA and NJ currently control more than 96% of the coast wide quota while perspectives among state fishery managers are not even close to alignment. [...]

November 9, 2017 RECENT, Slide, Videos

Sportsman working together save the Delaware

For now, anglers can expect a healthy Delaware fishery. We owe thanks to Friends of the Upper Delaware River for leading the charge. [...]

June 7, 2017 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

Featured Story: Fishing Truths, by James Thompson

Perhaps fishing grew louder as our fishing resources dwindled and the competition increased, making each fish caught seem more like a remarkable achievement [...]

February 6, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

News: New York’s Cuomo sets poor example for conservation

Unsustainable numbers of sharks are still being killed. Regulations have tightened in the US and 'finning' is being stamped out. Most competitions now have some limits. [...]

September 1, 2016 FEATURE STORY, News, Slide

The Series: Important Women In the History of Fly Fishing – Helen Shaw

In 1963, Shaw’s first book was published, containing black-and-white images of Shaw tying flies step by step. It was one of the first fly-tying books written by a woman. [...]

January 7, 2015 FEATURE STORY, Important Women In The History Of Fly Fishing, Slide

The Series: Important women in the history of fly fishing; Mari Lyons

Lyons’s ability to elicit emotion through her art has led to a fulfilling career. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of the City of New York and Rider University, and private and corporate collections [...]

September 19, 2014 FEATURE STORY, Important Women In The History Of Fly Fishing, Slide

News: Saving striped bass has been a battle cry for decades

Since 1981, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission has been crippled by the parochial interests of its members [...]

May 14, 2014 News, RECENT, Slide

Conservation: Letting sharks off the hook

The sport of shark fishing has its roots in Montauk [...]

July 26, 2013 Conservation, RECENT, Spot