Welcome to the digital Edition of Flyfisher Magazine
Spring - Summer 2014
The Case for Crossover Pond Flies
How to beguile bass and bluegills with the same fly. By Terry
and Roxanne Wilson
Jacklin's October Caddis
Fish with a proven pattern for late summer in the West (like
Livingston in August). By Bob Jacklin
The Dirty Dozen
These Irish salmon flies do the trick in Ireland and across the
pond. By Mark Corps
Little Yellow Mayfly
Anticipating summer and pale morning duns, something fly fishers and trout dearly love. By Matt Wilhelm
Plus Regular Departments
Home Waters • Focus on the Fly • Biology on the Fly • At the Vise • Fly Box • Casting • Woman's Outlook • Fly Fishing Humor
IFFF members: If you would like to log into the digital edition, e-mail us with your name. Click to request password⇒
Flyfisher is the official magazine of the International Federation of Fly Fishers. The hard-copy edition of Flyfisher is currently published twice a year, in November and April, and is distributed exclusively to members of the International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF), with national headquarters in Livingston, Montana. It is published for the IFFF by Keokee Co. Publishing, Inc., in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Now, IFFF members can elect to receive Flyfisher as a digital edition only – with no hard-copy magazine to be mailed to them. This clean-and-green delivery of the magazine helps reduce the environmental impact of producing the print magazine, plus saves the IFFF printing and postage costs.
Want to see what digital looks like? As a sample, we're providing a free preview of the Autumn 2010-Winter 2011 edition of Flyfisher. Following editions are available to IFFF members only.
Want to sign up for the digital-only magazine? Simply e-mail the IFFF office with your request. Please be sure to include your name and the mailing address we're currently mailing the hard copy magazine to.
What, you're not a member of the IFFF? Then it's about time you joined! The International Federation of Fly Fishers is the world's largest nonprofit fly fishing organization, with the mission to conserve, restore and educate through fly fishing. IFFF promotes the sport of fly fishing for all fish in all waters. For more information about the IFFF, go to FedFlyfishers.org⇒