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These are 100% silk and available in three colours, dark blue, dark green & claret.

They have a fly motif in white on the blue and green ties or light blue motif on the claret tie.

They are available in two styles: self tie or already tied (for those with arthritic hands).

Items may be collected from the Club or posted within the UK for an additional £3.
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Additional copies of the current Journal are available for purchase.

This may be posted or collected from the Club.

There are a few copies of back issues available also for purchase, please contact Paul by email with your requirements.
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These are 100% silk and available in three colours, dark blue, dark green & claret.

They have a fly motif in white on the blue and green ties and a light blue motif on the claret tie.

Ties may be collected from the Club or posted within the UK for an additional £3.
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9 Carat Gold cufflinks with chain link. One side has the 'leaping salmon', and the other side has the Club's emblem. They come in a presentation box.

To be collected from the Club after purchase at an agreed date (too valuable to risk postage).
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Two styles are available in sterling Hallmark silver: one with a chain link and one with a T-bar. Both come in a presentation box.

The chain link pair have the Club emblem engraved and the other link is blank and may be engraved with your initials.

The T-bar cufflinks have the Club emblem on one side.

To be collected from the Club after purchase at an agreed date (too valuable to risk postage).
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The Zinger was not invented, but noticed by the President of Orvis in 1967 over lunch, when served by a waitress called Mavis who had a retractable pencil, pinned to her blouse. He thought that such a gizmo would have a use for keen fishermen and their various attachments.

The Club's version was produced in 2009 to celebrate the Club's 125th year. (It does not come with a pencil).

Items may be posted for an additional £1.
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Flyfishers Progress Book
An anthology drawn from contributions to the Flyfishers’ Journal from those who have made a significant contribution to flyfishing through their published writings over the past century.
Printed 2000 by the Flyfishers’ Club - limited number of copies left

Our curator and archivist, John Knott, has produced some notes giving a more detailed involvement in the Club of each author.

These can be posted within the UK for... Details
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Glasses are hand-blown crystal, made by William Yeoward Crystal in their Davina range engraved with the Club's emblem from £60.

The following sizes are available:
-Goblet 8oz
-Large wine 7oz
-Small wine 5oz
-Port 3oz
-Old fashioned tumbler 7oz
-Highball tumbler 9oz
-Champagne flute 7oz

-Brandy balloon (large) made by Dartington crystal from the Avignon range (£35).

Please contact Paul regarding style and ... Details
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A dark green holder specifically created to hold the Club's journal.

Able to hold 6 issues.

We are able to post for an additional £5.
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The Club has produced bottles of Sloe Gin with our own label. These may be purchased by Members to have at home or to give away as gifts. Ideal to share on the river bank or whilst out shooting.

They would also make an ideal stocking-filler at Christmas for £18 each and come in a 35cl bottle.

At present, they are only available for collection from the Club.