New Sites…new links…

When I first started this blog there was no other fly fishing site just like it – blogs that is – now every other week I am sifting through many sites that people have sent me to look at. They far surpass me in the old design stakes and the content aint half bad iether 😉

Fish Swami -Fish Swami was born in the minds of a few college pals as a place to remember the trips of yesteryear. He hopes to create a place for others to share their experiances as well – should build into a nice little community portal – all very web 2

Sierra Trout – Sierra Trout – damn that is a slick site – I like the understatement on October the 11th 2007 “another nice brown” That site is one too watch !!

The Trout Zone – This lovely little personal site from the US struck a cord – i started out many moons ago on blogger as well – however he seems to catch larger trout than me so that is where the similarity ends. I think its great

Jeremiah Quinn – Jeremiah Quinn’s site is not a blog as such but I think deserves a special mention as he likes urban fishing – he has fished a lot of urban rivers in the UK but not the Kelvin as he is not hard enough yet.. Saying that though, he also used to be a boxer and looks pretty crazy in some of his photos so I reckon by next year he will be able to join me for a little urban action.

7 comments

  1. I really enjoyed the Jeremiah Quinn site, the graphitti and rusting shopping carts remind me of my own beloved creek.

    Excellent finds, sir.

  2. Hey Singlebarbed – yea that Jeremiah Quinn site is great – I am always on the lookout for new urban rivers to try and they all look smashing – very witty as well !

    Alistair

    ps. I spelled Sierra Trout wrongly – I have now corrected it !

  3. Next year is going to be even better! People have started to tell me their urban secrets. How about the 4lb trout swimming Leeds city centre? The salmon tailing in the Tyne in the centre of Newcastle? Who says Stoke has no facilities? Just one thing: If anyone out there knows of anywhere in LONDON, lines are open…

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