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Dun Magazine Issue Spring 2015

http://dunthemagazine.com/Spring2015.html#5 Click Here: Luca Castellani Fly Fishing Guide in Italy

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From Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Magazine

On the upper reaches of Rome’s famous River Tiber (Tevere), in a deep dam: This causes cool water to flow from the  tail-race and flows through the warm and dusty  terracotta plains of eastern Tuscany. Here, there is a fly only , catch & release wild water  which winds its way down through lush, tree-lined [...]

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Fly Fishing The Tail Water Tevere by Heidi Schambra

The day began with roosters crowing, brilliant sun cresting the Tuscan hilltops, and a density of fog collected on the valley floors. Over swirling cappuccini, we were delighted to watch the day arrive from our hotel balcony in Montalcino. The day previously, my husband had emailed Luca in a panic about potential washout—the local rivers [...]

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Fly Fishing in Italy: Nera River

Something magical about fly fishing in Italy. . .  by Yuriko Hirsch My husband and I are fly-fishing partners and owners of an antique fishing tackle business called Angling Artifacts. We reside in and operate our business in Los Angeles so we find it a challenge to locate beautiful, unique and productive fly-fishing spots nearby [...]

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Piero della Francesca’s Trout by Allan Rowe

Italy may be known for olive oil and pasta, for Chianti wine and Michelangelo and the Roman Coliseum, for Florence and Venice and the Renaissance- but not so much for trout rising to the dry fly.  By chance or Providence, while fishing through the web I was surprised to stumble upon a site describing the [...]

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Michelangelo’s Trout, by Arkadi de Rakoff

If ever there were such a thing as perfection I think I’ve just discovered it. And if you’re into cooking, it’s like creating the perfect dish. So what’s the dish? Well, it’s called the ultimate fly fishing holiday. And what are the ingredients that it makes it so special? Simple: take a crystal clear river, [...]

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Tail Water Tevere on Fly Fishing Forum North America

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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The Fly Fishing Guide Directory

We are in the most important website that is talking about our wonderful  job http://www.flyfishingguidedirectory.com/Italy.html https://www.facebook.com/flyfishingguidedirectory

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http://flyfisherbillsblog.blogspot.it/ (Sonoma, California)

http://flyfisherbillsblog.blogspot.it/ Part IV:   Suffering from what can only be described as a chocolate hangover, I was picked up at the stone gates of San Gemini by my fishing guide Luca Castellani.Luca, a former businessman turned fishing guide, specializes in guide fly-fishers on select rivers in Umbria and Tuscany.It was a cool, drizzly morning as [...]

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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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