April 30, 2019 1 min read

"Top Salmon Flies - stories and fly patterns from great anglers" was where this all started little over 2 years ago. Now where happy to announce that Top Salmon Flies vol 2 will be out in May 2019. 

It's been our mission since from the start to open up the sport of salmon fishing to anyone who is willing to learn more. We do not believe that there are many absolute truths in salmon fishing. There are just different ways how you can do it. 

It took some time to finish the work with TSF Vol 2. More in depth interviews. More editing. Higher quality images. We truly hope that you will enjoy the book. Pre-ordering starts around Mid May 2019. 

Top Salmon Flies Vol 2

  • 13 contributors
  • 42 flies
  • 200 pages

 

 

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