Sylvie Malo-Clark resides in Durham Bridge, New Brunswick, Canada on the banks of the Nashwaak River. She is an avid angler, artist and fly tier and very passionate about fly fishing. During the fishing season you will find her angling for the Atlantic salmon and brook trout mainly on the Miramichi, Cains, Restigouche and Grand Cascapedia rivers. She is a volunteer with the Fish Friends program sponsored by the New Brunswick Salmon Council in Eastern Canada where she shares her enthusiasm for the Atlantic salmon with many children in the province. She is presently on the board of directors of the International Women Fly Fishers organization where she has written a few articles and hosted a Miramichi gathering. She enjoys participating in fly fishing shows as a guest fly tier and speaker. She specializes in Atlantic Salmon flies and her flies have been featured in the Fly Fusion magazine.
Her main highlight so far is having been part of the exhibit “A Graceful Rise Women in Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” at the American Museum of Fly Fishing in Manchester (VT) for her flies, paintings and involvement in the sport of fly fishing. She is currently part of the Regal Vise Pro Staff, the Partridge of Redditch hooks team, the Tibor reel Pro program and others. Most of all she enjoys sharing her love of fly fishing with anglers and making connection with ladies all around the world. You may follow her on Facebook.