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Rosenbauer Writes the Bible on Small Stream Fly Fishing

Saturday evening, nearly 40 people packed into the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester, Vermont to watch a presentation by Tom Rosenbauer, who was promoting his newest book on fly fishing small streams. Rosenbauer, who has been with the Orvis Company for … more

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Kaufman’s to File for Bankruptcy

While many customers knew Kaufman’s was closing its doors last week, not until last night did the news appear that Lance Kaufman, the company’s owner, would file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. Laura Gunderson broke the story in The Oregonian: “In a … more

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“The Flyfish Journal” Swaps Editors

The Flyfish Journal announced Tuesday that Ben Romans, former associate editor at Fly Fisherman magazine and author of the new book Montana’s Best Fly Fishing: Flies, Access and Guide’s Advice for the State’s Premier Rivers will take over as editor after … more

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Georgia’s Fish Museum Turns Into Budgetary Debacle


While no one should doubt the value of encouraging citizens to fish, Georgia residents will be feeling the pinch of their state’s $14 million fishing museum until at least 2026. That’s how long it will take the state to pay … more

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AFFTA Will Take Show to New Orleans in 2011

Citing the reception promised by the city and the new national focus on Gulf conservation, AFFTA’s Jim Klug announced that next year’s IFTD show will take place in New Orleans in mid-August 2011. In an exclusive interview with MidCurrent, Klug … more

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Jim Klug: “There’s Reason to be Optimistic About AFFTA”

Incoming AFFTA chairman Jim Klug gave us an energetic plug for the future of AFFTA this morning, at the same time promising us an exclusive on the announcement of next year’s IFTD show location. (Tune in at 5PM Mountain Time … more

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