One of my goals when I started Fly Fishing Reporter back in 2009 was to showcase America’s best trout fisheries and to make it easier for folks to find good places to fish. Today, I am excited to announce the launch of DIY Fly Fishing, a new website and mobile mapping app that will help with the finding good places to fish part.
DIY Fly Fishing is an interactive mapping application where you can create your own digital fishing map, get real-time stream data, and even keep a fishing journal. DIY Fly Fishing is a community driven (open-source) application meaning you get to help create it! When you add fishing locations and notes to the maps on DIY Fly Fishing you can keep them private (so only you can see them) or make them public so anyone using the site can see and benefit from your sage advice.
The video above provides an overview of how the DIY Fly Fishing website works. There is a companion smartphone app, currently available for iPhone/iPad, that makes mapping and accessing your fishing notes a whole lot easier. You can check out the app out here.
Ken is an avid fisherman of 40+ years who loves to explore and is on a quest to map the best places for fly fishing in America. He created DIY Fly Fishing to share this information and help you find new places to fish.
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Falling Spring Branch Creek in South Central Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing the Allegheny River in Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Clarion River in North-Central Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Lycoming Creek in North-Central Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Young Womans Creek in North-Central Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Cedar Run in North-Central Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Pine Creek in North-Central Pennsylvania
DIY Guide to Fly Fishing Slate Run in North-Central Pennsylvania