Wild Trout Streams
WildTroutStreams.com first hit the cloud in March of 2006. It was a project I undertook to keep from going crazy while searching for a new job. Once created, the site remained essentially unchanged for nearly 5 years, which is a long time in a man’s life, and an enternity in Internet Years.
Recently, a friend asked me to speak to his TU group about how to find wild trout, and I realized two things. First – no surprise – technology had advanced quite a bit since 2006. Second, the content of the old site (while still needed) was getting badly outdated. When I tested the PA page, I discovered 3 of the 5 links links no longer worked. I realized I either needed to upgrade the site, or take it down. I chose to upgrade.
I hope you appreciate the result. The new site provides more information than the old site ever did, and takes much fuller advantage of the latest tools. Now, in addition to the maps and other materials you used to download here, we make available source data files and image overlays which you can use in Google Earth and other software to gain an unprecedented insight into where to find your new favorite trout stream.