By: Riseform Flyfishing Ventures  09-12-2011
Keywords: Fly Fishing, Fishing Techniques, Freshwater Fishing License

Phil Rowley is a good friend, stillwater fly fishing fanatic, and business partner. Phil and I have co-authored fly tying books and fly tying DVD's and conducted many seminars on the world of fly fishing in lakes. We developed the Stillwater Solutions line of fly tying materials and fish together whenever possible. Phil's website has a wealth of information on stillwater fly fishing, fly patterns, and fly fishing products.

The Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC delivers the provincial fish stocking program and is responsible for the marketing and promotion of freshwater sport fishing in the province. This website offers regional fishing guides, current and historic fish stocking records by region, links to purchasing your freshwater fishing license online and much more information on provincial fisheries resources.

Fly BC is a very popular online fly fishing bulletin board. All aspects of fly fishing in BC are covered on this website. It is a great venue for exchanging ideas on fly fishing tactics, fly patterns, information on specific rivers and streams, buy and sell, and discussion groups related to environmental issues affecting our sport.

Easily buy your freshwater license online. This is a website to register and purchase your freshwater fishing license, special license additions, and conservation stamps online. All that is needed is a credit card and a printer for printing the license.

Fishing with Rod is another very popular online resource for recreational fishing in BC. There are several discussion forums that cover all types of fishing techniques used in the province. This website also has links to many video clips that showcase fishing areas of BC.

Keywords: Fishing Techniques, Fly Fishing, Freshwater Fishing License

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The fishing we will do is from an anchored boat, casting and retrieving floating or sinking lines or fishing with strike indicators and floating lines. The majority of my guiding is done out of a trailered 17 ft long aluminum pram with a 30 hp, 4 stroke outboard engine and electric motor. I also fish smaller waters where road conditions or shoreline access does not allow the use of the bigger trailered boat.