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Old 01-07-2013, 03:28 PM
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just recently signed up for netflix so my kids can pick out their own shows and also to start watching "the walking dead" from the beginning...

is there anything fishing related on netflix?

any recommendations?
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Unfortunately, no. Unless you are into "ripping lips", bass boats, and seeing how far a large mouth bass' lower lip will twist under it's own weight while held out of the water an arm's length away!

There is a "sports" section you can search, then it narrows to fishing ... let me know if you find anything good.

OK, I take that back ... there some good looking titles but they are all on DVD and not available for streaming. I've never seen "Fly Fish TV" but there is a series of those...
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Default Re: Netflix

I believe The River Why is on Netflix. For whatever that's worth.
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Check out Foyle's War. It's a BBC series about a British detective during WWII, he periodically catches some browns with bamboo rods. Also the River Why is on there.
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Default Re: Netflix

so netflix may not be filled with flyfishing porn?

at least the kiddos got all the cartoons they could ever want

i read something on the river why being terrible due to the acting, anyone seen it?
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I saw it. Not my favorite but I think it's worth the time.

ps I think Netflix is worth it for all the seasons of the office too
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Default Re: Netflix

There is thread here that just ran out of life regarding "the River Why?" funny that we are talking about it again.

There is plenty of "stuff" - some good some bad - to stream on Netflix while tying flies at night. That's what I do!
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i had read something ,somewhere about a steelhead dvd on netflix. but i can't remember the name. google " steelhead dvd on netflix" there's actually quite a few. even one from John Hazel !
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ps I think Netflix is worth it for all the seasons of the office too
Unlike the Netflix DVD you rent, the streaming shows come in HD when available.
If you like The Office you really should check out The I.T. Crowd. It's a British show that The Office was modeled after from my understanding.
We've had Netflix for a while and I gave up looking for fly fishing shows. I guess it's still too small of an audience to spend production money on.
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