Blogs of Interest
Bob Skowronski about Traditional Fly Fishing Only
Sat, 31.07.2010 07:04
Reed What has come of this proposal? I am greatly in fav or of this approach to f [...]
John about Replacing the Fishing Vest
Sat, 03.07.2010 22:39
Very cool robot. Thanks for sh aring.
Peter Godfrey about Inventor's Notes - Pisscalator MarkIV - Illustrated
Wed, 24.03.2010 17:06
Hi, I would like permission to print this article in our Fly Fishing Clubs Newslette [...]
Bob Bishop about Traditional Fly Fishing Only
Tue, 02.02.2010 10:27
I think this is a very good id ea. I live in Newfoundland an d fish mainly for Atlant [...]
Erik Helm about Traditional Fly Fishing Only
Sat, 17.10.2009 10:33
Very well done! I would never have thought that this kind o f regulation was necessa [...]
Monday, November 17. 2008
Recently I submitted a petition for a rule change to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. This change, should it be implemented, will radically alter the fishing - both in terms of technique and impact upon the fisheries - of a number of fine streams currently designated as "Fly Fishing Only" in this State. I hope that the fly fishermen of NH will give it their support; however, I am also curious whether readers in other States and countries find the concept of "Traditional Fly Fishing Only" useful.
Of course, petitions do not necessarily resemble the final presentation to the public; nor the rule as implemented. However, the substance of the petition is as follows:
Petition for Adoption of Rules – New Rule for Fly Fishing Only Streams*********
Readers, let me know what you think, either by submitting a comment to this post or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, November 12. 2008
The Concept of Trout Sanctuaries
Until 1992, the "Fly Fishing Only" rivers and streams
in Maine and
“… we can break fly-fishing down into several classifications, depending upon technique. The first classification is surface fly-fishing, with floating lines and no weight of any kind, in the fly or on the line. The second classification is intermediate fly-fishing, in which weighted flies or sinking-tip fly lines are used, but no attached weight, such as split-shot or sinkers. The third classification is unlimited fly-fishing, in which lead-core sinking lines, weights and sinkers, and weighted flies (and perhaps spinners) are used.
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