Your favorite fly fishing forums

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Thomas Williams, Sep 19, 2013.

  1. Thomas Williams Habitual Line Stepper

    Posts: 1,411
    Ansbach, Germany
    Ratings: +410 / 17
    I think that WFF is among the best fly forums ive seen. That being said what are the other forums related to fly fishing that you are fond of. I like speypages as well but the layout isnt the greatest.
  2. underachiever !

    Posts: 700
    suburban hell
    Ratings: +502 / 0
    WFF is far and away my favorite. Speypages is a good source of info as well but like you said, the layout isn't as nice. I don't participate much there because it seems some of the people are particularly touchy. I occasionally look at WestFly but it's not very active and the overall vibe isn't nearly as friendly as WFF.
  3. Brett Angel Member

    Posts: 532
    Sammamish, WA
    Ratings: +16 / 0
    Sums it up for me.
  4. triploidjunkie Active Member

    Posts: 2,397
    Grand Coulee, WA
    Ratings: +1,341 / 0
    I only go to two forums. Mostly this one, but occasionally The Drake has some exceptional content. I drop by moldy chum once or twice a year to scope the pics. Wff is still the best overall.
  5. GAT Active Member

    Posts: 4,261
    Willamette Valley, OR
    Ratings: +2,736 / 0
    As far as I'm concerned, WFF is second only to the VFS and that was the very first web site dedicated to flyfishing (now long gone). The layout, content and membership of this place is just right for me (which may explain my number of posts :)) .
  6. Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

    Posts: 3,861
    Pipers Creek
    Ratings: +1,264 / 1
    Stripers On Line....it has an excellent fly tying forum.
  7. Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

    Posts: 2,438
    Columbia Basin
    Ratings: +702 / 0
  8. Tim Lockhart Working late at The Office

    Posts: 1,956
    Mill Creek, WA
    Ratings: +286 / 0
    Fish&Fly, the UK site. I know of a small handful of others who float back and forth between there and here. Very good all around fly fishing site and lots of helpful and knowledgeable members.
  9. formerguide Active Member

    Posts: 316
    Bonney Lake, WA
    Ratings: +757 / 0
    This is the best site I've been around...

    I was an early an active member of The Drake, but rarely check it out anymore.

    Same for (cough, cough...) fisherie.com, back when I lived in PA.

    But washingtonflyfishing is by far the most enjoyable site I've been active on for some time. Perhaps it's being new to a state and area. The amount of info I've gleaned from here is amazing, and I've found the members of this forum to be as friendly and supportive as any I've encountered.

    The only other forum I spend any amount of time on is a watch forum (I am a watch fanatic, much to my wife and wallet's dismay...)

    Dan
  10. KerryS Ignored Member

    Posts: 6,768
    Sedro Woolley, WA, USA.
    Ratings: +1,785 / 0
    I used to post a lot on spey pages before all of the east coast xspurts showed up. It went to hell in a hurry. FAOL was a fav for a lot of years but I don't post there much anymore. You can have the drake; mostly loudmouthed losers. WFF is the best. Some of the best rods in the country here.
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  11. Skysoldier Trout Hunter

    Posts: 755
    Lost in the woods.....
    Ratings: +197 / 0
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  12. P.Dieter Just Another Bubba

    Posts: 709
    Seattle.
    Ratings: +156 / 0
    VFS in 1998. those who know what I mean know what I mean.
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  13. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

    Posts: 1,594
    Yakima, WA
    Ratings: +372 / 0
    ifish.net, piscatoralpur.... Wait, you said fly fishing. Nevermind.

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  14. David Loy Senior Moment

    Posts: 2,444
    Wolf Bay
    Ratings: +333 / 2
    This is the best by far. I used to tap into Spey Pages but rarely go there any more. I visit Fiberglass Flyrodders pretty often as I am feeding a glass habit. I also used to visit the Winston Rod forum. The like to blow smoke up each other, which grew old. Doesn't seem very active now but I haven't gone there in awhile.
  15. Kyle Smith Active Member

    Posts: 2,016
    Bozeman, MT
    Ratings: +291 / 0
    I mostly visit just here and a select few blogs. I love Trout Underground and Gink & Gasoline. The Drake does have good stuff but wading through all the bro bullshit gets annoying. WFF is the most gentlemanly forum out there as far as I am concerned.
  16. Fishee Member

    Posts: 156
    seattle
    Ratings: +19 / 0
    This WFF website is the very best, it's well maintained and controlled. The layout, the links, search, are easy to use locate. The colors are easy on the eye that make reading enjoyble.
  17. GAT Active Member

    Posts: 4,261
    Willamette Valley, OR
    Ratings: +2,736 / 0
    I know what you mean.... that's where we first met. Those were the wild and crazy days on VFS. I still have a VFS patch... and a FF@ hat pin.
  18. Dave Evans Active Member

    Posts: 554
    E. WA / N ID
    Ratings: +105 / 0
    Check WFF and spey pages daily. Also frequent NAFFF, the fly tying, and rod building forums, but do not post on those very often.
  19. Ron Eagle Elk Active Member

    Posts: 1,743
    Yelm, WA, USA.
    Ratings: +110 / 0
    WFF, the Flymph Forum, UK Flydressing Spey Pages once in a while.
  20. cuponoodle breakfast Active Member

    Posts: 1,674
    Arlington
    Ratings: +332 / 0
    This is really the only forum of any kind that I participate in anymore. I've been on other fishing forums and forums for different topics from bikes to wood stoves. Every now and then I'll check out some of the forums I used to frequent, but this is the only one I check regularly and post on.