Books, Photos, Movies, DVDs & Art Fly Waters – Victoria & Snowy Mountains

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  • #562089

    Trevor Martin
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    I got to see the advanced copy on Saturaday, this one will burn off the press, its a must have in my book s:up s:up s:up s:up s:up

    #562121

    Wet
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    This is a vast improvement on what was already a must have book! Buy, Borrow or steal one…

    I have two s:up (one lives in the car, one the coffee table)

    #562123

    Peter Gibson
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    I got one yesterday, great effort. Refreshing to see some realistic and balanced advice for a change on some of the less fishy locations.

    #562129

    Anonymous
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    All of our pre-orders have now been mailed.

    #562130

    gizo
    Participant

    wooooohooooo s:up

    can’t wait

    #562132

    Chief
    Participant

    Nice update Philip, a must have in the car s:up BUT I’m still skeptical about fish in the upper Tumut – its just a diabolical plan to get folks to tackle ‘that’ hill 😀

    Dave

    #562133

    GR
    Participant

    Picked up my signed copy today and have read a few sections. Well done Phil on another quality book 🙂 I couldn’t collect it last week as I was busy fishing one of those spots in the book. 😉

    #565183

    BarryJ
    Participant

    Phil, I noticed the other day that "Fishing Sense" is now available through Amazon. Any thoughts on making "Fly Waters – Victoria & Snowy Mountains" available electronically as well :?:

    #565196

    Chief
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    quote BarryJ:

    Phil, I noticed the other day that “Fishing Sense” is now available through Amazon. Any thoughts on making “Fly Waters – Victoria & Snowy Mountains” available electronically as well :?:

    Would be great – just downloaded “Fishing Sense” thanks for the heads-up Barry …

    #565286

    Philip Weigall
    Participant

    I will look into it Barry and Dave. It would be the publisher’s decision (AFN); they would have to work out if it looks worthwhile in terms of extra sales I guess.

    Fishing Sense seems to be doing quite well as an e-book so it seems there is a demand for this format.

    #565287

    BarryJ
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    Thanks Phil. I think "Fly Waters" will be even more popular as an e-book because it makes it so much more transportable. In future I will be taking my iPad with me when I go on overnight walks; the ability to carry quite a few novels in e-book form is a huge advantage in the event of being tent-bound because of inclement weather (highly likely given that Chief is on most of my overnighters! :rolleyes: ). Having guide books like "Fly Waters" and say, Greg’s ""Trout Waters of Tasmania" along on a trip as well would be a another huge plus. s:up

    #565290

    swaddo
    Participant

    I’d be up for a digital copy. I’ve already got your other 2 on the tablet s:up

    [Tapatalk made me do it]

    #565293

    Fatso
    Participant

    I might just be turning into a luddite but I don’t know how much more transportable a book can be and it doesn’t run out of batteries 🙂 (I will concede you can carry more volumes on a tablet)

    I do find this to be a great book though, just the ticket to give me a starting point after moving down here. I might need to drop a few hint on the kids about christmas presents for the new book 😀

    #565294

    BarryJ
    Participant

    Chris, the iPad gives me the ability to carry a whole LIBRARY of books (and magazines) rather than just the one book and a 10 hour battery life is more than adequate for a 3 day/2 night walk. Hell, if I want to sacrifice a bit of battery life, I will even be able to watch an episode or three of "A River Somewhere" or Chris Bassano’s "Highland Gold" if I am tent bound for any length of time.

    #565295

    Warnesy
    Participant
    quote BarryJ:

    Hell, if I want to sacrifice a bit of battery life, I will even be able to watch an episode or three of “A River Somewhere” or Chris Bassano’s “Highland Gold” if I am tent bound for any length of time.

    Given the company you keep Barry, you are often tent bound for a very long time :whatever

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