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Sonoma Index-Tribune (California)

http://www.sonomanews.com/family-fishing-italy-part-iv/ By Bill Lynch Share: Luca Castellani, who specializes in guiding fly-fishers in Tuscany and Umbria, parked his car next to an interesting looking restaurant in the village of Borgo Cerreto in the narrow canyon through which the Nera River flows. It was just a short walk across a field to the tree-shaded stream that [...]

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Tour Guides in Tuscany & Umbria

Official tour guides of Siena and of all the other cities in Tuscany & Umbria http://www.guidesienaeoltre.com/index_eng.html

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Fly Fishing in The Upper Tevere Valley

Fly fishing in the upper Tiber valley, nestled between the regions of Romagna, Umbria and Marche, a land of rolling hills and cypress trees, is a unique experience, is like fly fishing while being immersed in culture and medieval legends, in a corner or Tuscany well worth discovering Claudio Tagini http://www.westerneuropeantravel.com

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Italian Licences

Italian Licence for Foreiners: if you are in Tuscany. You have to go to the post office and pay a  Bollettino Postale, value two weeks. 10 € intestato a :    c/c  26730507 Regione Toscana Tesoreria Regionale causale:    tassa per l’esercizio della pesca pescatori non residenti —————————————————————— —————————————————————— for the Regione Umbria you have to go to [...]

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My Reels and my Bamboo Rods

My clients could fish with a bamboo rod and wooden reel, casting a dry fly with a silk flyline. My bamboo rods have been built by Moreno Borriero http://www.mbrods.it/ Andrea Ferranti http://www.jacksrods.com/ Marco Giardina http://www.bamboorods.it/ Alberto Poratelli http://www.aprods.it/ Gabrielo Gori http://www.gorirods.it/ Massimo Giuliani http://www.giulianirods.it/ Alessandro Suriani http://rodbuildingstore.com/it rods are between 6ft to 7,2ft, from 3 [...]

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The House of Hardy Alnwich England

thank you Lucy http://fly.hardyfishing.com/en-gb/ezine/november-2012/an-italian-adventure-by-lucy-bowden.php

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Max Caruso: FlyFisher Australia New Zealand & Pacific Basin Issue 13

Flyfisher  Australia New Zealand & Pacific Basin Issue 13 Wine,  Food & Fly Fishing in Tuscany Luca Castellani was the perfect guide and his intimate kwowledge of this river really made thedifference. Luca speaks very good english, he is very attentive , his prices are reasonable and in our case at least we had to [...]

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“Sustenance Food Traditions in Italy’s Heartland” Elizabeth Wholey

Fly Fishing on the Upper Tiber For the visitor who is serious about fishing and has only a short time here, or the beginner who wants to learn how to cast from a professional, fly-fishing guide Luca Castellani is the man to call. He supplies everything necessary for a day along the river: rods, waders, [...]

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Tuscany Fly fishing with W.E.T

http://westerneuropeantravel.com/ Tuscany fly fishing: (Upper Tiber River) The Tiber River is named after Tiberinus, Etruscan King of the mythical city of Alba Longa, a city on the banks of the Tiber prior to the founding of Rome by Romulus and Remus. Fly fishing the upper Tiber River, approximately 120 miles north of Rome and 45 [...]

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Michelangelo’s Trout

Italy is not often spoken of as a fly fishing destination yet tucked away in the beautiful Tuscan countryside, overlooked by ancient medieval towns and verdant hillsides are some magnificent trout and grayling rivers. If ever there were such a thing as perfection I think I’ve just discovered it. And if you’re into cooking, it’s [...]

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