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The New Fly Fisher

The New Fly Fisher is an entertaining and informative television series that serves anglers of all ability levels. The series showcases exciting fishing destinations…the places where trout, bass, pike, salmon and other species thrive. Each unique episode taps into the stories and knowledge of guides and outfitters in Canada, the USA and around the world. You’ll learn about the amazing habits of different fish species and you’ll share in our tricks and tips for overcoming the frequent challenges you’ll face on the water. Come join The New Fly Fisher every week on our exciting and revealing fishing adventures.




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