Jonathan Fisher, owner of Urban Angler on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, which has supplied rods, reels and hand-tied flies to New York's fishermen for more than 20 years, shows one of his favorite bamboo rods.
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Today is Urban Angler's last day at their 206 5th Avenue address. They will be reopening uptown at 381 5th Avenue on May 31st.
I still remember the first time I saw the Urban ad of some dude holding an absolute monster of a fish on the inside cover of one of my fly fishing mags. At the time I was brand new to the fly fishing game and that image forever changed my perspective on what was possible with fly rod and reel.
Urban Angler in the Big Apple is looking for a Summer intern.
Have you ever dreamed of living the lifestyle of a fishing bum? Well this isn't really it but it's the closest you'll get in the urban jungle. A great experience in a specialty retail business known around the world as a leader in the sport of fly fishing.
This is a paid position.
- Part-time position (approximately 20 hours per week)
- Must be available to work on Saturdays
- Could lead to a more permanent position
- Work with great people
- Learn many useful professional skills (and some not so useful)
- Meet fascinating clients from around the world
- Spend quality time with Edwin
All of the above... Priceless!
How: To inquire or apply, please contact the store via email at: email@example.com
Where: Urban Angler, NY
When: Position available immediately
Our good friends at Urban Angler in Arlington, VA are hosting the 2010 Fly Fishing Film Tour tonight at the Arlington Cinema & Draft House. Fly films and and beer on tap, should be a great show.
Urban Angler is featured in this Shine A Light segment which highlights inspiring small businesses. Nominated businesses are competing to win $100,000 in grant an marketing support.
It's more than just a business relationship. It becomes more of a friendship; Tom Colicchio, Restaurateur, Top Chef Head Judge, describes Urban Angler, the small business he finds inspiring.