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  • The Fly Casting Fair is returning to Ballinger Park on May 4 and we’re looking forward to seeing you there. What began as a simple outdoor event to engage with FFI members as the pandemic ended, has become a popular way for fishers to engage with FFI’s skilled casting and [...]

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  • Fly Fishers International’s Fly Tying Group has launched a new learning center for today’s fly tiers and future tiers: the Buz Buszek Fly Tying Award Library. The Library is an on-line repository of materials offered by the recipients of the namesake award, that is presented to individuals who have demonstrated [...]
  • Conservation “Leave No Trace”, Using Bio-degradable soap in the Wild  By Richard Plunket VP of WSC Conservation There’s a myth surrounding Bio-degradable soap, and that is that it magically disappears. There has been a lot of new, or renewed interest in the great outdoors recently. Even before Covid changed the [...]
  • I occasionally use my NorVise with the automatic bobbin system when I am tying “fishing” flies. Unless you have a NorVise automatic fly tying bobbin, you may not fully understand a source of my frustration. In a nutshell, to use the automatic bobbin system, you must transfer thread, floss, wire, [...]

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