“Winter Fly Fishing on the Farmington River” in the current issue of MAFFG

The latest article from yours truly, this is a basic primer on winter fishing on the Farmington River. You can read it in the February 2015 issue of the Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide, available free in many fly shops from Connecticut to North Carolina.

Free to you. Such a deal.

MAFFG 2:15

8 comments on ““Winter Fly Fishing on the Farmington River” in the current issue of MAFFG

  1. Ray Hamilton says:

    Can’t wait to get to the store and absorb the info. Also looking forward to the soft hackle fly tying experience on Feb. 8.

  2. Alton Blodgett says:

    Do you have a list or a link as to where this magazine can be obtained in Connecticut? I have searched on the net for this information without success.

    • Steve Culton says:

      Unfortunately, I don’t. You can try emailing the pub at maffguide at live dot com.

      • Alton Blodgett says:


        I emailed Paul Rouse of MAFF to inquire about fly shops in eastern or central Connecticut that carry the magazine and received this reply:


        Sadly none of them do. If you would like to receive it regularly a subscription is available.

        Tight lines


        Paul Rouse
        Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide magazine”


  3. Alton Blodgett says:

    I just got the following message from Paul Rouse:


    Better still, encourage the blog recipients to ask their local fly shops to carry the magazine. If a shop owner knows that feet will be coming through his door every month, he will eagerly carry it.

    Tight lines


    Paul Rouse
    P O Box 100
    Rheems, PA 17570

    Since you write for the mag what about spreading the word to your blog subscribers?

    See you at the CFFA show.


  4. James Smith says:


    I did some leg work on the Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide. As I told you before I had a copy of an old issue from 2012 which I picked up in Pennsylvania. I tried the phone number only to find out the number had been changed but they gave me the new number. No matter. I tried it a couple of times but they don’t seem to answer it. I then resorted to the email address which you gave me and made contact with Mr. Paul Rouse, the Publisher. He informed me the price of a subscription has not changed so I used the info from the old issue I had in my possession (1 yr. – $18.00, or 2 yrs. – $34.00). One thing to note is that the Mt. Holly Springs address is no longer valid. Their “new” address is P.O. Box 100, Rheems, Pennsylvania 17570. I don’t know if you want to pass this along to your readers or not but you are most certainly welcome to. I hope all is well with you and yours. Take care.

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