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How-to use the Pa Trout Stream Maps

Published by Dave Kile [davekile] on 08/16/2009 (2221 reads)

David, member on our site, recently shared with me a blog called Fly Fishing Reporter. SperryWater on Fly Fishing Reporter made a screen cast of how-to use Google Maps with the PaFlyFish Pa Trout Stream Maps. These maps were created by members of the PaFlyfish Forum. Now that these stream locations are in Google Maps there are easy to edit over time. The screen cast provides a short overview on how to use these maps. The Pa Trout Stream Maps can be found under the Site Menu on the left side of every page.

You might want to check out the Fly Fishing Reporter for some other useful information. Thanks David for the tip!
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Published: 2009/9/14 9:50  Updated: 2009/9/14 9:50
Joined: 06/21/2009
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 Re: How-to use the Pa Trout Stream Maps
Hi Dave,

Thanks for the mention of my blog, Fly Fishing Reporter. It is relatively new and I was wondering where the bump in traffic came from - finally figured out it was!

You guys have a great site and some of the best maps I've found on the internet - keep up the awesome work!

Ken Sperry (SperryWater)

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