Although Patagonia is becoming an increasingly popular world destination for fly-fishermen, there is a conspicuous lack of information available to anglers on this remote area. Until now.
Barrett Mattison and Evan Jones have spent several seasons independently fishing and exploring the entirety of Argentine Patagonia (an area roughly the size of Montana and California combined), and in this book they share everything you need to know before embarking on the adventure of a lifetime.
LINK (Via: Far Away Fly Fishing)
We're happy to report the Angels are are back up and running with a new web address.
Brian Niska and the boys at Whistler Flyfishing have got a new blog to keep you updated on steelhead, salmon and trout fishing around Whistler, BC. There will also be information on their guided trips, latest gear, fishing reports and what's happening at their fully stocked fly shop. LINK (Via Chromer Sport Fishi
We connected to the Hush Fly Fishing Company and it's founder Ryan Sansoucy via the currently booming fly fishing community on Facebook. LINK
Your source for cutting edge fly design trends, fly
patterns, fly tying product reviews, and information about the angler's
craft. Beyond the Bug offers fly tying
instruction in San Francisco, CA and New York, NY. LINK
North Shore Fishing Adventures offers 138 step by step Atlantic Salmon fly tutorials along with another 166 tutorials covering trout, pike and lake trout. LINK
Montana Fly Fishing, river flows, reports, weather, stock photography, fly tying and so forth…
Patagonia Flies has got you covered with some great photos, video and restaurant recommendations
Big Mouth Billy Bass
I drop you in the water
no more be happy
This putrid archive won't interest you if you aren't a member of the flyfish list, and it probably won't interest you if you are; in fact, if you are a reasonable person it should frighten you. The Institute houses a compendium of the nauseating limericks, haiku, and free verse that have been posted to FF@ over the last few years. LINK
I threw away all of my flies a couple months ago. Thats right, right into the trash can.
I guess I thought it would be a good idea to start over. It wasn't. My flyboxes are over halfway full again but I constantly find myself scrambling to tie some needed flies the night before a fishing outing because I threw those perfectly good ones I used to have into the trash.
Why do I do the things I do? Is there something wrong with me?
Proving the 6 degrees of blog separation theory.
We were all a bit star struck. For outdoor enthusiast, meeting Yvon Chouinard is like meeting the Pope.
Writer, director, washed up boxer and incompetent, but passionate fly fisherman.
Bill says his Light/Ultralight fly fishing section is one of the most comprehensive resources on the subject in the world.
Once upon a time, there were three fat guys who decided to make a website about fly fishing. The end.
Seriously, that's about it. LINK
Some familiar faces and creative work at F.F. Nation
Fly fishing uncut through fly fishermen's eyes. Even the most remote areas reveal their secrets if we can see it with the fishing eye. LINK
In this latest podcast from Ask About Fly Fishing, Mike Reiser shares his newly discovered fly fishing techniques in hooking and landing roosterfish in the surf. LINK
Birds for birding and fish for fishing
Them for themming and when for whimming
...only to find the night-watchman unaware of his
presence in the building
Number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9
*NOTICE* This site was founded for informational and educational purposes. The mission of TPO is to provide fishing knowledge that leads to more Trout on your fly line. Posts should concentrate on Reports, Inquiries, and General Fishing Conversation. Any posts that are inflammatory, insulting, or otherwise ill-natured will be removed immediately. *NOTICE*
Roccus - a genus of Serranidae
Roccus Writing is the blog of of the one and only Jack Gartside LINK