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Old 03-29-2011, 02:55 PM
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Default Re: New to flyfishing, starting on the salt.

..... You might want to join a club and "network" with the local experts
Fly fishing clubs often have useful classes for beginners, both on fly fishing and fly tying , plus you'll be privy to plenty of area information,.
Fly fishermen as a rule have a burning desire to induct others into the fold. I guarantee that you'll find one or more mentors once they find out that you're a complete newbie. They may even have boats.

Florida Fly Fishing Clubs Directory
http://www.flyfishingextreme.com/clu...r.php?state=FL
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