Ah, the Great Outdoors. Some people like to hike, others like to kayak. Others still like to hunt with guns, and others like to bird-watch, collect bugs, or camp out for weeks at a time. Many (and I mean many) people also like to fish. Some do it for food on the table, others do it for recreation and then donate their catch to people who need food on THEIR table, and others just catch them, photograph them, and let them go. Fishing.
Some people are also very, very bad at fishing. Even if they’re willing to bait their own hook, and even if they learn to cast a line, they still might not be able to catch a single fish. There are websites designed to help those people.
Jeffry Evans is committed to helping you catch big fish. Also known as “The Trout,” he is an avid fisherman and created this online resource to share fishing tips and to create a community where fishermen can share their stories, techniques, and pictures with each other. The good is that Jeffry has written a lot of posts that are filled with some really great tips. The bad is that nobody has joined the forum yet. Join up!
>>Join this forum – hiddenfishingtips.com
This site is beautiful, and is a wealth of information. You can learn fishing techniques, places to fish, where you can get a fishing license, how to register your boat, and (perhaps most importantly) how you can protect the natural resources. Not only is it the best fishing site out there, but it’s just a great website in general.
>>The Best Fishing Website – takemefishing.org
This is a great big old pile of resources about fishing. It has information on places to fish, a fish identification guide, and many, many other categories of information. It’s not as pretty as the last site, but it is functional for sure.
>>Functional Fishing Site – landbigfish.com
This site is pretty much geared toward your trout and bass anglers, but it still has some great information on fishing in general. And hey, if you’re looking to angle (is it a verb, too?) this is a great place to go. Dave Archer also includes a Bass and Trout Fishing Digest, a Montana fly fishing guide, and even more.
>>Dave Archer’s Website – fishingtips101.com
This site had garnered praise from Michael Millhollen of The American Outdoorsman, which is pretty cool. Dr. Mike thinks so too. Dr. Mike is a big time fisherman, and he created this site to give you tips on how to fish for salmon, tuna, bass, catfish, and more. He encourages visitors to leave tips for other visitors, and offers a great section on cooking tips.
>>Dr. Mike on Fishing - mike_esq.tripod.com/mikesfishingtips
The Outdoors Reader is not only about fishing, but about camping, paintball, and pretty much everything you can do outside. Van Michaels wants to make this site a great resource for all you outdoorsy folks. There are a lot of fishing tips, so have at it.
>>Outdoors Reader - fishingtipsonline.com
A great site to find fishing directories, fishingworks.com also offers fishing tips, fish health advisories, lots of information on tackles, and so much more. This site is more about connecting fisherman with fishing gear, and it offers a powerful advertising tool to those who are in the fishing business.
>>The Business of Fishing – fishingworks.com