eMagazines & Buoyancy Aids

john10001

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Does anyone know if there are many fly fishing magazines that have now gone digital? I used to get TF a lot and also T&S sometimes as well but I am unable to see much available on my Nook or even on Amazon for that matter. I did see Fly Fisherman on Nook but this seems to be a bi-Monthly publication? Unsure if this is related to the physical magazine with the same name and if they just stopped doing it monthly?

I simply wont buy anything in paper any more though there are rare exceptions. I am getting rid of everything paper and de-cluttering. I am going to get Rivers & Lochs of Scotland for my Nook the 2013/14 updated version as this will be quite useful to take with me when away from home. There was a book on Deer that I also wanted but unfortunately that is only available in hardback so I didn't bother. I think Nooks, Kindles and eReaders in general are brilliant devices.

Buoyancy Aids - Does anyone know if there are any good deals on at the moment for a buoyancy aid that would be good for fishing with? Something small, not too restrictive, or in bright orange?
 

sewinbasher

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Does anyone know if there are many fly fishing magazines that have now gone digital? I used to get TF a lot and also T&S sometimes as well but I am unable to see much available on my Nook or even on Amazon for that matter. I did see Fly Fisherman on Nook but this seems to be a bi-Monthly publication? Unsure if this is related to the physical magazine with the same name and if they just stopped doing it monthly?

I simply wont buy anything in paper any more though there are rare exceptions. I am getting rid of everything paper and de-cluttering. I am going to get Rivers & Lochs of Scotland for my Nook the 2013/14 updated version as this will be quite useful to take with me when away from home. There was a book on Deer that I also wanted but unfortunately that is only available in hardback so I didn't bother. I think Nooks, Kindles and eReaders in general are brilliant devices.

Buoyancy Aids - Does anyone know if there are any good deals on at the moment for a buoyancy aid that would be good for fishing with? Something small, not too restrictive, or in bright orange?

Most of the monthlies are available electronically through apps, I take T&S, FF&FT, and TF. The only real inconvenience is that to do the crossword I have to print a screenshot.
 

unclealec

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Most of the monthlies are available electronically through apps, I take T&S, FF&FT, and TF. The only real inconvenience is that to do the crossword I have to print a screenshot.

That is a brilliant tip sewinbasher; you have saved me a fortune in Tippex.
 
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