Fly fishing the World Wide Web is a new way to fish at home and you don’t need a pond in your living room. You do need a computer, modem, software and an Internet account.
Make a cast to the Virtual Flyshop at http://www.flyshop.com, where you can shop, visit with experts, chat with other off-river Internet groupies, and explore or read the the First Internet Journal of Flyfishing.
Enter your best-tied flies in fly-tying encyclopedia under construction at http://gramercy.ios.com/canard/index.html/
One of the Web’s premier fly fishing sites is http://www.ofps.ucar.edu/john/fish/links.html with dozens of links to general and regional fly fishing locations as well as commercial outlets and other information, including USGS stream flow data.
The best way to fish the net is to use a search program or browser such as Net Search or Yahoo at http://www.yahoo.com/ Type in fly fishing and watch the “hits.”
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