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Elevate your angling mind with an arsenal of tactical presentations and flies for Trout / Salmon / Steelhead.
Deep, theoretical thinking
“Instead of waiting for another one of his excellent books (of which there many), Matthew Supinski has dove into new wave publishing with an online quarterly magazine.
Hallowed Waters: The Trout, Salmon, Steelhead Passion As It Was Meant To Be is sure to delve into the deep, theoretical thinking that he has become known for. Preview his first edition now!”
Karl WeixelannFly fishing author and writer of "Great Lakes Steelhead, Salmon and Trout: Essential Techniques for Fly Fishing the Tributaries"
“I knew Matt and Laurie Supinski would produce a wonderful online magazine, and I was thrilled with the result of their efforts and creativity.
Imagine reading an artfully written article and enjoying the beautiful photos, all without the distraction of ads placed upon every page. Fine content presented as it should be, as the center of attention. Bravo!”
Mark SturtevantFormer newspaper editor and fly shop owner
Best fly fishing magazine I’ve ever read!
“Hallowed Waters is far and away the best fly fishing magazine I’ve ever read. It’s what fly fishing was meant to be. The photography is spectacular!”
Charlie McKlraveyAuthor of the Burr Lafayette Murder Mystery Series and avid fly fisherman
Pure unfiltered brilliance
“This Journal is pure unfiltered brilliance. Supinski takes it to the next level here.
Are you bored with dry, watered down ‘Where, When and How’, instruction manuals? Are you the fisherman who accepts there is more to learn?
In this journal, let Matt guide you one step closer to the rabbit hole, that is this unconquerable sport.”
Eric RichardCoveted Waters Outfitters and lobbyist for wild trout conservation
The Ebb and Flow Blog
Articles by Editor/Publisher Matthew Supinski:
- Editorial IntroductionMy premier issue unfortunately starts in uncertain times. Covid-19 has changed the world. It has changed everything. It has changed each of us dramatically. But if anything positive has come out of this, it may be that it has allowed us to reflect on the things we love and cherish; things we have taken for granted in the fast paced lifestyles we lived before the quarantines began.