Dark Sky review – THE weather app for Fishermen

Dark Sky Review There are loads of reviews out on the internet for Dark Sky, some lengthy ones, some short ones and several in between. What they don’t do, is look at Dark Sky and the features it offers the fly fisherman – so I wanted to show you why I think this is the best app out there for … Continued

Putting Day One Fishing Journal snippet into iPad TextExpander (works for iPhone too)

Since writing my blog post about using Day One and TextExpander for my fishing journal, I’ve had quite a few questions from folk wanting to do the same. One question that’s been asked a few times now, and lastly by Dennis in the comments to that post only last week, is how to get the TextExpander snippets into the iPad … Continued

Free ways to get your Fly Fishing news fix

For as long as I’ve been a fly fisherman, I’ve also been a fly fishing magazine buyer. Before moving up to the North East I spent my time fishing lakes and reservoirs in and around Lincolnshire – Trout Fisherman was my magazine of choice. After our move up here, and after realising how much fun river fishing could be Trout … Continued

Google Reader is dead. Long live, er…

A while back I wrote a post about how I collect and view Fly Fishing Blog posts into Google Reader, then view them at my leisure using an excellent iOS and Mac app called Reeder. As of July 1st, that method of keeping up with all things trout related on the Internet is not going to be available to me … Continued

Day One as a fishing journal (with a bit of TextExpander thrown in for good measure!)

Anglers who are disciplined enough to keep a journal of their fishing exploits (or as I prefer to call it, a record of my blanks) have always impressed me. Though I have tried, and at one point managed to keep it going for 3 (or was it 4?) separate outings, keeping the momentum up was too much for my adled … Continued