FlyFishArkansas.com over the past couple of weeks. We have been working hard to update the web site to a more dynamic system that will keep everyone updated a little bit more frequently with river and fishing conditions, so we have migrated to a self-hosted WordPress system. We have updated the photo gallery, and are working on putting some videos we have shot up on the site as well. The front page of the site, will now feature the most recent blog posts, with a link to past blog posts in the side bar, as well as the ability to search for previous blog posts.
We will also be adding the ability to purchase items from the FlyFishArkansas Fly Shop, located in Bull Shoals, Arkansas online; including our tungsten beads and local fly patterns, and perhaps a few odds and ends from Wishes & Fishes. This isn’t up just yet, but it should be shortly, and you will see those items on the right hand side bar as well as in the Fly Shop link. In addition to the changes to the web site, the fly shop has been expanding. So if you are in the area, be sure to stop by and say hello. If I am not there, rest assured I am on the water and a fishing report will follow.
Be sure to subscribe to the blog, using the form on the right sidebar. This isn’t my attempt to spam you, but by signing up you will automatically get an email notice complete with a summary and link to the new blog posting so you will be up-to-date with the latest FlyFishArkansas updates. If you would like, you can register with the blog and comment on any of the blog postings.
In addition, we also added a contact form to the right of the site, so if you would like to inquire about dates for a guided trip, it is as simple as dropping me an email directly from the site. As well as being able to get the latest weather updates for Bull shoals directly on the front page Lastly, be sure to look for “on the water” updates, as the new format of the site will allow me to post fishing reports and photos live from the river, assuming I don’t drop my iphone in the water or have any technical difficulties.
If you haven’t inquired about fall dates for a guided trip, fall offers the best time to chase trophy fish on the White River, so be sure to drop me a line.
–Jimmy “T” Traylor