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My name is Steve Keeble A.K.A. "The Drifter" and you have just stumbled upon my Virtual Fish Camp. This is where I've staked out my little place on the World Wide Web. Here you will find information, links, and photos, pertaining to my piscatorial pursuits here in the Southern United States.
The fish are always biting here. So if you don't mind a few mosquitos, a smelly dog, the chirping of crickets, and the odor of fish, come on in The Virtual Fish Camp. Make yourself at home and have a look around.
In the "Fishin' Holes" section of The Virtual Fish Camp, you'll find information about some of my favorite fishing locations. Of course the best ones aren't listed here. I could tell you about them but then I'd have to shoot ya'.
If you're planning on fishing for trout on the Chattahoochee River, go to "The Hooch" section to view an image map of the Chattahoochee River below Buford Dam. Here you'll find the access points, boat ramps, parking areas, etc. Certain areas of the river are linked to satelite photos from the Microsoft TerraServer. These photos will guide you to feeder streams, rapids, currents, and eddies.
Thumb through "The Scrapbook" section to see some proof of my fishing prowess. He....He....He! I have photos of: Yellowstone N.P., Teton N.P., Smoky Mountain N.P., and other neat places.
And don't forget to look at "The Driftboat" section! This craft was handbuilt in my garage by a 41 year-old, a 12 year-old and a 6 year-old. And believe it or not, it floats!
"The Good Stuff" section is where I pile up all the garbage here at The Virtual Fish Camp. You'll find the junk that doesn't seem to fit into the other sections. A virtual trash heap, if you will, of fishing-related hyperlinks that I have come across during countless hours of surfing the World Wide Web.
Have you ever participated in an online Fly Swap? I have managed two Swaps to date: the 1st Annual NGTO Fly Swap and the Caddis Swap 99. What's a Fly Swap you ask? I'm getting together with some of my virtual fishing friends, and we're tying flies that we will give to each other.
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Send me a message and let me know what you think of the Virtual Fish Camp. This site is maintained by the Webmaster @ firstname.lastname@example.org. No animals were harmed in the creation of this web page. All rights reserved, copyright 1998, your mileage may vary, yadda, yadda.
This page was last updated on 03/14/99.