The Flyfisher's Classic Library, which caters specifically for collectors of fine limited edition angling books, particularly reprints of rare or classic works with scholarly new introductions.
My son, Owen, wrote the above link. Don't know where he gets the bull from. If it was from me I'd be selling more books. If you click on this link you will see how little he takes after his father.
Waterlog Magazine. Claims to be "Simply the best fishing magazine ever". Mr Editor used to come fishing with me before he became a publishing tycoon. Here he is, with Fred Buller & me, at the launch of Fred's collection of essays on the unusual: Angling: The Solitary Vice.
Flyfishing and Flytying Magazine. The other best fishing magazine ever. Editor Mark Bowler seems to have disappeared into a Bahamian tax-haven. We meet occasionally on the Zambezi.
Global Flyfisher. One of the very best flyfishing websites. Martin Joergensen has teamed up with some American chaps to turn his wonderful Danish fishing site into a wonderful international fishing site.
Don't see why this should be all fishing. Terrier people can be a grumpy and argumentative lot. It was a happy relief to find such a pleasant and informative one at Terrierman.com.
Actually, Patrick does not avoid fishing completely - see the Coch-y-Bonddu Groundhog Fly.
David Miller has sensibly moved to Wales where he dives among bass and seatrout and produces the most beautiful oil paintings of them. I have two paintings of bass; one by David and the other by Ad Swier. Ad is a great artist, photographer and writer and has a good website. I see fish pictures every day, so I really prefer the stripy lady.
Christina Tooley of Chevron Hackles in Devon has millions of chickens. Well, a lot more than me anyway. She breeds birds for top quality capes and skins for fly-tying.
The Grayling Society. Speaks for itself. A lot of nice chaps who fish for a nice tasty fish.
Bass Anglers Sportfishing Society. Ditto.
The Pike Fly Fishing Association. Ditto again. But you'd better whisper the bit about them being tasty.
Barbel ain't so tasty but are a great sporting fish. The Barbel Society look after their interests.
The Anglers' Co-operative Association are now called FishLegal. They are still the people that prosecute polluters. Well worth supporting!
The Flydresser's Guild. Lots of nice chaps who are too busy tying flies to go fishing.
The Wild Trout Society. Lots of nice people who care about trout. I'm glad they don't live around here. There are only so many wild trout to go round.
First Nature - www.first-nature.com- Wildlife and ecology guides and flyfishing courses in West Wales with Pat O'Reilly and Sue Parker of DreamsStreams.
Machynlleth & Dyfi ValleyDick Williams's page about the people, history and geography of the Machynlleth area.
Another local site with good photos of the area: Machynlleth Biz.
The BBC page for Machynlleth
Dyfi-Active is a co-operative of activity-friendly accommodation and outdoor activity providers in the Dyfi Valley and Mid Wales areas.
My friend Roger doesn't fish but he does good things with wood, takes beautiful photographs of mountains, and eats my fish.
Pat Stevens from Preston has taken over FlyTek, a good source of fly-tying tools and materials. Pat has some good ideas for saltwater and pike flies, too.
SalmonFlySupply.com. Good US site for classic salmon fly tying materials.
Smith's Country Pursuits. Dog leads, whistles, dummies, other field-sports stuff.
Glyn Freeman is an APGAI flyfishing guide in Cumbria.
Stuart Minnikin does something similar in Yorkshire.
I've bought several of my travel-rods and reels from Dave Havers' stand at gamefairs. A good place for tackle bargains!
Stevie Munn of www.anglingclassics.co.uk is the man in Northern Ireland for fishing tackle, world-wide fishing holidays, qualified fly fishing tuition and guide services.
Martin Goulding has a good site about wild boar in Britain.
The irascible and very funny Willy Poole has an interesting site. Unfortunately I can only access two pages of it. He has many of his articles archived on the rest of the site. Any ideas?
A good Wildfowling page.
Harrie Knol's Falconry Portal.
Blue Falcon Mark Robb's gyrfalcon page
Paul Frost's Falconry page
Another good site for falconers at The Falcon's Block.