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Mornin Coffee: Fly Fish Map!

April 9, 2009

– Is your favorite spot getting old or fished out? Have you recently moved and need a few new locations to cast a fly? Want to check out where people around the world love to fish? Then is for you!

Fly Fish Map is an interactive map that allows users to place Markers on certain locations that they fish in specific areas. Places to fish, what species are located in these places, and even what Property might be For Sale in the region are just a few of the available markers. Fly Fish Map shows some serious potential if Fisherman catch on and start adding their info and personal markers.. While in it’s early stages, it is already showing signs of being extremely useful and user friendly. With the ability to add pictures, videos and other useful information, could easily grow into a vast database of fishing locations and regional fly fishing specific information.

For more information, and to add your own markers (DO IT SALLY) visit FLYFISHMAP.COM. You can also follow Fly Fish Map on Twitter @flyfishmap
Join Up’North and the rest of the Fly Fishing community in making Fly Fish Map a useful resource for everyone!

Happy Castings,

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. April 9, 2009 1:24 pm

    Thanks for the nice comments guys. I guess from my point of view, I’m not expecting people to reveal their favourite spots..I don’t know if I would to be honest! But I don’t see any reason why fishers wouldn’t put up a pic or video of a certain area.

    Hard to know what the map will look like in a few months…hopefully very populated…its a case of letting it grow organically. Just hope you guys enjoy using it and please keep adding those markers!

    tight lines


  2. April 9, 2009 9:15 am

    I can see myself.
    The youtube vid in Northern Ontario.
    One could argue the hotspotting potential but in my case there are many small lakes in Ontario that have brooktrout. If you are crazy enough to spend the money on gas to get up there have at it. I don’t see a flood of anglers going to one lake because there is a video of it.
    I think this is a great service for guides.


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