Capriotti (Australia), a family-owned and operated flying shop, has been in business for more than 40 years.
The shop is located in Penrith’s Central City, a vibrant area that boasts many shops and businesses.
The staff at Capriotto’s are friendly and helpful, and the owners have been doing their best to make the shop a destination for visiting flyers.
Capriotta’s website states: “The shop has been serving our customers for more of our lives than we can remember, and it is testament to the quality and service that we offer.”
The shop also sells a wide range of goods, from repair kits and flying cars to furniture and home furnishings.
The owner, Tim Capriot, is also a skilled fly fisherman and has been fishing for over 50 years.
“I’m not a big sport fisherman, I like to catch fish in my spare time,” he says.
“But the fact that I can fish for a living, and that my wife and kids are all able to do it, it’s great.”
When asked if the shop would like to expand, Tim said, “I hope so.”
A good fly shop is important for the local community and the local economy, he said.
“It’s important to have a good shop, and a good local shop that can offer people a good product, a good experience and a very safe and happy flying experience.”
In addition to offering a good range of products, Capriott’s shop also provides a service to the local fly fishing community.
“They do a great job of fishing, so we provide them with a place to fish, we supply them with water, we have a lot of people who fish there,” he said of the shop.
“We have been running it for over 40 years, and we’ve never had any problems with fly fishing.
It’s always been a very good experience for the shop.”
Flying shop, a family owned and operated business in Penrhian, Queensland, Australia, has an open plan and small staff.
It is also run by a husband and wife team, who have worked there for more years than the store itself.
Capridos wife, Jane Capriotte, is an experienced fly fisherman.
She has been fly fishing for nearly 40 years and is also an experienced fisherman in her own right.
“The only thing we do differently than a lot.
We fly our boats with lights and a tail light, so you don’t have to see them from the ground.
We also have a very nice back deck that we use as a diving platform for the fly,” she said.
Capricot says that the shop has seen an increase in traffic since he opened the shop, but he still has a lot to learn.
“A lot of the time when we go in the shop and we see people that fly, it makes them very excited,” he told the ABC.
“So that’s one thing that we’ve learnt from.
But we have to make sure that we make sure the fly is safe, and when it comes to fly fishing, we’re always there for the people who fly, and I hope that they enjoy the experience that we give them.”
Caprioto says that if customers are interested in visiting, they can contact him on his website.
“If they’re a bit apprehensive about flying, we’ll take care of that as well,” he explained.
“There’s plenty of places to go in Pen Rhian, and if you’re not into flying then we also have places for you to go if you are, too.”
Capricotti’s shop, fly shop in Penrose, Queensland.