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What is Pool 32 Mag all about ?

Pool 32 Mag is a new fly fishing e-magazine for everyone who loves fly fishing, and wish to follow environmental issues as well.

The best part is that it's a totally FREE e-mag and it can be downloaded by anyone, anywhere on the planet.

Check it out, sign up or send it on to a friend who is just as crazy about fly fishing as we are.


If you chose to scroll further down you will find the Pool 32 Blog

"our cyber world of fishy stuff".


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handle your mail info's according to our very strict privacy policy.


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"Fly fishing isn't just a sport - it's a state of mind!!"

Check out earlier issues of Pol 32 mag

March 26, 2010

Great initiative - I simply have to support it.








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2 comments:

  1. It has to cover all the resturan in the world and it will be something that we can use.

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  2. Well that's absolutely right, but as you know "Rome wan't build overnight" - but it is a beginning, and that is worth supporting :O)
    Mark.

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