Ironically one month ago to the day I posted the above photo of 3 fly fishermen who just happen to be ladies. If you missed it, then you are in the minority because thanks to all the Neanderthals out there in cyberspace who use search terms such as “hot fishing women” “women fishing in bikinis” and “sexy women in waders” my site had over one million visitors that day. I’m kidding, of course, but I did have 500 hits the day that post went public. Not a bad day at the office for this paltry little blog.
You’ll note the title of this entry bears the designation: V. Intuitively one might conclude that my original post would be considered I, as in Part I, right? And if that’s the case then you may be asking yourself, “Hey, what happened to Parts II, III and IV?”
Ah, but therein lies the catch: This is not Part V as in Part Five. The V stands for something other than that…
Little did I know that at the time of my entry those same three ladies were brewing up something big. That something is a new website which, while still in its infancy, looks sure to become a great resource for women in fly fishing. Personally I think it’s a brilliant idea and I wish I’d thought of it myself. Admittedly it’s best that I didn’t, however, because I lack a woman’s…intuition.
For women interested in fly fishing or those already immersed in the sport, there’ll be something for all: stories from the water, interviews, gear highlights from the industry, fly tying and entomology, photos from the field, and so much more…all wrapped up in “an interactive, informative, and comfy place for women who fly fish.” Sounds rather welcoming to me—wonder if they’ll serve chocolate? Sorry.
So, what does V stand for? I’m sure you Neanderthals have guesses and I assure you that you’re wrong. No doubt the answer lies somewhere on their new website: flyfishingv.com.