All Outdoors Web Guide
We strive to make All Outdoors the most comprehensive hunting and
fishing site we can, and yet we are well aware that one site can't cover everything. The
World Wide Web has a wide variety of outdoor sites. Many of the major ones are probably
well known to you. Here are a few of our favorite sites that complement the information
you'll find in All Outdoors. We hope you find them useful.
Don't forget to bookmark All Outdoors before you leave. And come back
often; we're adding new stories and features every day.
Weather Channel (http://www.weather.com/USA/allmap.htm)
Great source for latest weather and five-day forecasts. Gives weather conditions by state.
Organized Weather Links (http://www.comet.net/weather/
Connections to every type of weather information you can imagine. Forecasts, warning,
satellite and radar images, marine and travelers weather, and much more.
Environmental Issues/Governmental Sites
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (http://www.fws.gov/)
Current information on what's happening in the USFWS. Includes press releases on latest
programs and events.
National Wildlife Federation (http://www.nwf.org/nwf/)
Updates on latest environmental issues, including ones affecting hunters and fisherman.
EnviroHotline, Legislative Box Score, and more. Ranger Rick section includes good
information for kids ages 6-12.
National Park Service (http://www.nps.gov/)
Great site if you plan on visiting national parks. Includes fees, park phone numbers, and
reservation information where possible.
E-Mail Congress (http://www.infi.net/~bartlett/email.htm)
Want to let your congressman know how you feel about issues affecting hunting and fishing?
Here's how to get in touch.
Fishing and Outdoorsish Stuff from Everywhere Else (http://zebu.uoregon.edu/~dmason/Mckenzie/usa.html)
As the name states, this site will link get you to a whole host of fishing sites
Anglers Online (http://www.streamside.com)
Extensive fishing site with lots of links to other sites.
The Anadromous Page (http://www.peak.org/~robertr/fishing.html)
Sport fishing information and links from around the world. Visitor supplied fishing
reports, tips, and techniques.
U.P. Fisherman: The Best of Fishing Michigan's Upper Peninsula
We'd like to keep this one a secret since we enjoy fishing the unspoiled wilderness of the
U.P. so much, but it's too good a site to hide. Fishing stories, information on best
fishing sites, local weather and marine forecasts.
The Virtual FlyBox... (ftp://ftp.geo.mtu.edu/pub/fishing/from_nicb/flys.htm)
Fly dressings, tying materials, and more. Extensive hatch charts (you can even find out
when the Ephemeras are hatching in Italy!).
WWW Fly Tyer (http://www.ns.net/~barnard)
Excellent instructions and recipes for all basic types of flies.
Fly Tier's Showcase (http://www.flyfishing.com:80/tiers.htm)
Gallery of photos of beautiful classic salmon flies by the likes of Paul Smookler, J.P.
Harrang, and others.
Joel's Fly Fishing Page (http://www.adp.unc.edu/~longlegs/flyfishing.html)
Homey, personal touch. Information on fly fishing in North Carolina.
Reel Time: the Internet Journal of Saltwater Fly Fishing (http://www.reel-time.com/)
Saltwater fishing reports from visitors, tips, techniques, especially the North Atlantic
The Classic Angler (http://www.gorp.com/bamboo.htm)
Comprehensive site for aficionados of classic tackle, bamboo rods, and old fishing gear.
The Scottish Borders (http://www.scotborders.co.uk/fishing/index.html)
One of the more esoteric sites, but great fun if you've ever dreamed of fishing the
classic Tweed River of Scotland.
American Museum of Fly Fishing (http://www.gorp.com/cl_angle/canecoun/museum.htm)
An organization that does a fine job of keeping track of the history of fly fishing.
International Muskie Homepage (http://www.mackerel.com/muskie/)
Very nice site dedicated to muskie fanatics.
The Musky America Fishing Magazine (http://www.musky.com/)
A monthly magazine of musky fishing with features, tactics, and catch and release. (links)
Bass Fishing Home Page (http://wmi.cais.com/bassfish/index.htm)
Includes information on fishing tournaments, guides, tactics. Also hosts Black Bass
Foundation and provides visitor bass fishing reports from around the country.
Ted Takasaki's World of Walleyes (http://www.ool.com/takasaki/index.html)
The Top Gun on the In-Fisherman's Professional Walleye Trail provides tips and techniques
for catching walleyes.
Women and Fishing
The Women's Fishing Partnership (http://www.eskimo.com/~baubo/wfp.html)
A resource for women who either participate in fishing or want to learn how.
Site dedicated to non-profit waterfowl management organizations. Extensive Waterfowl Links
section including organizations, clubs, governmental agencies, individual home pages,
retriever groups, and more.
Ducks at a Distance: A Waterfowl Identification Guide
Reproduces the very useful USFWS guide to ducks with both close-up and distance views in
color. All major species.
The Bowsite (http://www.netmart.com/plnet/bowsite/)
Lots of information on bow hunting, including games, news, state-by-state hunting
information, and politics.
Information on associations, organizations, products, services, and practices for trophy
Shotgun Report (http://www.shotgunreport.com/index.html)
Electronic magazine dedicated to the clay target shotgun sports. (Links)
Sporting Clays of America (http://www.sportingclays.org)
Site of on of the national sporting clays organizations. Includes newsletter, tournament
schedules, rules, equipment, and more.
USA Shooting (http://www.usc.edu/dept/USAshooting)
Site for the governing body of international-style shooting in the US. and the group
responsible for selection and training of US. Olympic shooting team. Lots of information
on Olympic shooting events.
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