Here at Fishermen’s Angle, our readers are the vital gear that makes this engine run. Our vision of Fishermen’s Angle is a place that fishermen (from all walks of life) can visit, and call home. Your engagement here means more than a trifle comment to us. Every visitor to our little piece of fishermen heaven has a voice here. Every comment, question, observation, or suggestion is important to us. We encourage you to browse around, and find the article that suits your needs.
How Are We Different from Other Sites?
First and foremost, Fishermen’s Angle is a fishing blog site written for fishermen, and written by fishermen. We invite guest bloggers, experts in their own right, to form educational articles about their fishing experiences. About what tackle they use, their opinions on rod and reel, and anything fishing related. Fishermen’s Angle’s primary purpose is help you be successful in your fishing adventures.
Use that search icon in the upper right corner of our home page for quick reference. We are continually updating our blog selection to add more info. Please don’t hesitate one second to let us know if anything is missing. Comment boxes are provided at the bottom of of every blog.
We Aim to Please – Jump Right in!
We are a team here at Fishermen’s Angle, and we aim to make you feel a part of it. If our aim is true we will have been some part of your next great catch. We would love to hear about your fishing adventures. So without further ado, skip over to that blog page. Learn more about that reel you might buy. Get some tips on techniques to catch the elusive fish you’re after. Most importantly, make yourself at home, have fun, and speak up. See you out on those prime biting grounds.
Meet The Team – Our Contributors
Meet our awesome team of contributors, who made this website possible.
John Woodruff – Fishermen’s Angle Founder
Hi – I’m John, the founder of Fishermen’s Angle. I started this website to share my love of fishing. I’ve fished since I was a young boy and remember fondly trips deep sea fishing in the Chesapeake Bay, canoe fishing on the Shenandoah River and catfishing on rivers and lakes near Knoxville, TN.
Geoff was raised in the sunny coastal town Carlsbad, Ca. Graduating with honors from Carlsbad High School, he went on to study at the local Junior Colleges, and rounded out his education at the Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Geoff started fishing as a child in the gorgeous lakes of Mammoth, while on family vacations. He started fishing the great Pacific Ocean as a teenager, and later spent two seasons helping anglers on the deck of the Electra out of Helgren’s Landing in Oceanside.
His fishing experience includes the use of fly rods and reels. Guided trips along the Madison and Gallatin rivers in Montana, the Frying Pan and Animus in Colorado, and the Deschutes river in Oregon have all paid off and helped make Geoff the angler and writer that he is today.
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