Fly fishing is a sport that can be practiced everywhere. For years, in its early history, fly fishing was reserved for an older, more elite populace. Those days are long gone. Those old perceptions of the fly fishing enthusiast spending every winter evening in his snowbound cabin in the woods tying fly patterns or spending hours learning Latin names for insects are terribly out of date. Today’s fly fisherman spends more time fishing than preparing fly patterns. The modern fly fisherman travels anywhere and everywhere to enjoy the sport. They fish fresh water and salt water, from Alaska’s remote rivers to Montana’s Spring Creeks and Maryland’s Bass laden Potomac River, from the mountain lakes of Peru and New Zealand, Highland streams of Scotland and the waters of Florida to California. Fly fishing is done everywhere.