What better way to chase away shack nasties than to go land a few bass, steelhead or cutties. I started playing this game last year, but I have an older version than the version 3 in the demo video. The new fly tying feature looks like it add an interesting spin on the game and I’m curious to see how that all works. Another cool feature is that you can download some additional fishing spots via the Pishtech site. You can download this for 40 bucks or if you want the CD, pay an extra 10 and have it shipped out. I’m not going to upgrade quite yet, but I think I’m going to log off here and go try and catch some steelhead.
Pishtech, if you are reading, please send me an up to date version so I can give it a proper review. 🙂 For more info, visit Pishtech on the Internets
Picked up from a search on Youtube. Here is a fly tied by Charlie Piette from Tight Lines FF Co. He’s tying up an Ed Ward’s Intruder. The Inturder style flies are really cool to tie, but the fact of the matter is that there just isn’t enough Spey fly content out there in video form yet. Take this as a hint to get out the hd cams, digital cams or even your camera phone and start shooting some Spey fly tying footage and post it to one of the video serving sites out there. Let’s see those traditional Speys, Dees, Intruders, conversions, Violators, Penetrators, Interloopers and prowlers.
Here is Charlie’s fly. Enjoy.
Not on YouTube, and that means you won’t run into any Nuc-Lee-Air type fly tying demos. Nushranger and Shaq have built themselves a nice little database of fly tying and fly fishing videos. The site allows users to upload their own video as well. The site also has some other features, but the videos are what really makes the site sticky. Don’t know how to make a video? Click here for a quick rundown on how to use Windows movie maker to create your own movies.
Fly Tying Video Database