Tips & Tactics #31 – Want to find a river?

There have been over 69,000 visitors to this website

…which has over 300 posts – so it’s getting harder to find what you want. All the posts have something to do with fishing.  Most offer places I go, who I went with, methods we used and what we caught – if anything. Want to find a river?

Mike above Sunoco
Mike above Sunoco

Before your next trip give this a try:

At the bottom of each post, including this one,  is a SEARCH window. If you type Beaverkill or Delaware or Willow or Connetquot in the box, you will be able to see what information on that river is available.

Joe Odierna with a Spring time Brown on a nymph near Debruce

If you are feeling salty

…you can type Northport or Montauk or striped bass or whatever you are looking for. Try it by state: Montana or Connecticut for instance. 


Try typing in “Project Healing Waters” or “Theodore Gordon Flyfishers” or “Long Island Trout Unlimited.” 

You can also just browse through the blog posts – Fishing Journals by year, Tips and Tactics, New Reads and more. Check out the Reading Room while you are at it and see if you can find yourself in my Fish & Friends pages.

There is more information on the streams and salt I fish in my trilogy – Letters to Mack

Hope this helps.

Bitterroot Rainbow