created in 2012
This subreddit is here for everyone who enjoys the great pursuit that is trout-fishing, whether by bait, lure, fly, or otherwise. Share your tips, advice, catches, stories, and anything else you want related to the great Oncorhynchus geneology. Tight Lines!
This is a subreddit for anglers who pursue, or wish to pursue, their favorite fish on fly rods. Whether you fly fish a 2wt on small creeks for brook trout, a 14' 9wt for Steelhead or Atlantic Salmon, or Tarpon on a 12wt; your contributions and questions will be welcomed and appreciated!
This subreddit was created so that the fly tier can
Ask questions about all aspects of fly tying.
Learn new skills, techniques and patterns.
Seek constructive feedback on their designs and offer their knowledge to others wanting to recreate the design by themselves.
Tenkara fly fishing is a traditional type of fly fishing practiced in Japan. Primarily used for mountain stream trout fishing, tenkara is one of the most popular methods of angling among fresh-water mountain anglers in Japan.
This subreddit was created so that those interested in tenkara style fly fishing can:
- Ask questions about all aspects of tenkara.
- Share tenkara fly patterns.
- Discuss more tenkara methods, equipment, and videos.
A subreddit dedicated to backpacking in the wild places on earth - where people are few, cell signal is nil, and Mother Nature still reigns. Backpacking defined as: Multi-day trips into the wild, unpopulated, areas of the world.
Outdoor recreation: keeping humans fit, fed and happy for thousands of years. The sun on your face, the wind in your hair: all this and more could be yours to experience... if you ever get off reddit and go outside for once! /r/Outdoors is for all outdoor experiences, not limited to any specific interest. Caving, mountain climbing, cycling, bushcraft, gardening, going for a stroll -- it's all on topic here!
Tips, tricks, gear reviews and advice for ultralight wilderness backpacking. Our diverse community is connected through the shared desire to reduce the weight of our packs and asking ourselves, "do I really need that?"