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"Learn How To Fly Fish" curriculum designed for colleges and universities as a credit course
"Learn How To Fly Fish"
School provides "Outdoor Education Workshops/Courses" for hands-on learning of its "Learn How To Fly Fish" curriculum for instructors and students. Outdoor Courses are offered throughout the spring and summer months in several top fly fishing locations in the US.
A beginner's guide to fly-tying.
A beginner's guide to fly-tying from GORP. As a beginning fly tyer, you'll need to master a few simple techniques involving thread management and use of tools.
American Museum of Fly Fishing
A nonprofit institution intent on education and research into fly fishing and its related fields, social history and conservation
Angler's Guide to Eastern Sierra Fishing -- Home
Eastern Sierra Fishing is your online source of information about fishing the Eastern Sierra lakes and streams of California.
CCE-Tompkins : Programs : Community Fly Fisher -
The COMMUNITY FLY FISHER (CFF) youth fly fishing education effort is unique in all the US in the diversity and scope of its programming. We use the exciting and lifelong sport of fly fishing, to help youngsters build self-confidence and self-worth, while introducing them to valuable career and educational opportunities. Community service, environmental stewardship and educational scholarship are encouraged and become an integral part of the CFF experience.
Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum
The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to: preserving America's fly-fishing heritage; teaching its future generations of flyfishers; and protecting its fly-fishing environment.
Colorado Fishing Network: Welcome!
Comprehensive information about fishing in Colorado. Features exclusive Gold Medal Streams and Wild Trout pages, in addition to maps, regional features, stores, conditions, on-line shopping.
Description of caddis flies and how to tie them
GORP - Guide to the most enjoyable pattern to fish of them all - Caddis Flies: If we were to ask "What pattern is the most fun to fish?" I suspect the answer would be "caddis fly." Caddis patterns float like tiny corks; they're extremely durable, highly visible, and easy to tie; their materials are readily available; and trout often take them with rises best described as vicious.
Discover Fly Fishing Adventures on Amelia Island, Florida with Captain Russell T
Discover Flyfishing Adventures with Captain Russell Tharin an Orvis Endorsed Guide, and Master Certified (FFF) FlyCasting Instructor. Flyfishing and light tackle charters on the beautiful flats of Amelia Island Florida. Shallow water sight fishing.
Early Spring Hatches: The cycle of life
Brief overview of the cycle of a fish's life, focusing on the early spring hatches
Federation of Fly Fishers Homepage
The Federation of Fly Fishers is a unique non-profit organization concerned with sport fishing and fisheries, the conservation of fish and their habitat.
Finding the fish in Western rivers
Attractor patterns didn't get that name for nothing. The whole idea is to cast large, fanciful, look-like-anything fly patterns upon trouty waters and have the fish move up and over to take them. Gung-ho fish of an innocent and rambunctious nature (as in hungry) are the targets here. This can be a regional or seasonal occurrence, and an experience that's diminishing in many quarters with the increase in fishing pressure.
Fish4Fun, Fishing and Boating How Tos and Instruction on Flyfishing and more
Flyfishing and tying instruction, fish species and where to find them
The Web's top-rated, award-winning 4000+ page (and growing) fishing site, featuring a bi-weekly fishing web-zine, forums, a mall, travel directory, interactivity, searchable reference and much, much more!