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  • flyfisherman_53
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    ok thank you

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  • meflick
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    I assume your are talking about the "free downloadable mini-issue" from the past edition. If so, it is not available here in the forum. You have to go to the magazine's main site here: http://scrollsawer.com - then go down and click on the "Claim your FREE Downloadable Issue" or you can go directly there with this link:

    http://scrollsawer.com/2019/03/08/cl...le-mini-issue/

    For anyone who already subscribes to the magazine, there is no need as it is just an excerpt from the Issue 74, Spring 2019 edition.
    Last edited by meflick; 03-30-2019, 05:40 PM.

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    I have scrolled all through this site and can't find were to log into E-Mag any help please.

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