April~a Rogue Angel
April~a Rogue Angel

Women are no different in wanting how to info, visual stimulation and the comfort of supportive, non-judgemental information. These two sites are among many that address women and fly fishing. These two provide all the above factors to keep a woman moving forward into fly fishing and fly tying. I have highligted both before and believe the visuals are as important as the written in todays fly fishing world. Imagery, Eye Candy, Fish Porn all address what we need to stay motivated.

 

 

 

  http://www.flyfishergirl.com/our_mission.html  

http://www.flyfishergirl.com/forum/

http://www.rogueangels.net

Hannah Belford~a Fly Fisher Girl
Hannah Belford~a Fly Fisher Girl

http://www.flyfishergirl.com/steelhead.html

 

 

 

K8~a Rogue Angel
K8~a Rogue Angel

Big Water, Light Touch
Fishing the upper Kenai for rainbows is a different game from the high-octane king fishery in the lower river: light tackle and flies rather than heavy hardware, drift boats rather than power craft. Operating a 20-foot McKenzie in heavy current with four anglers aboard may sound like a job for an Olympic rowing champion, but Byrd-Coulliette refuses to consider her trim 5-foot-3inch frame a disadvantage at the oars. 

http://www.alaskamagazine.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=636&Itemid=141

 Thanks to Yi