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Tales of feathers, men and rivers

John Atherton, Monet and the Coq de Leòn

Silk threads and flosses, the classic fly tier tools

Brook and River Trouting, Edmonds and Lee

Cortland on the hunt: the home team

Genova Cosmo
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Professional fly tiers of the past

Calzolari Alberto
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The English chalk streams

The Astorga Manuscript A.D. 1624

José Luis García González
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Martie Chamois 98

Van Den Brand Martie
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The North Country Method

Silk fly line myth and reality

Stefano Ferri
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Two heads are better than one

Calzolari Alberto
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Who We Are

There were two shops from bygone days that fed our dreams of fishing and flies, the Jim Deren’s Angler’s Roost in New York City and the magic shop of William Blacker at the 54 of Dean Street in London. Both of them were inspiring us, Jim’s wisdom and practicality, William’s quality and perfection. To tell the truth, old Bill inspired us the name of our little shop too.

Even though you’re not walking in New York or London, the idea you’ll find here is the same that inspired those two unique shops. You won’t loose yourself among thousand of products, but you’ll find the right ones, the ones we have chosen and selected for you, the good, trustable ones.

When you enter our little shop you already know what you’ll find, it will be the first step to a small journey.

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