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The #1 Trusted Fly Fishing App

What Sets Us Apart

As anglers ourselves, we’re no strangers to the challenges the sport presents.  We have spent nearly 4,000 hours to date researching and developing this tool to help you quickly identify new water to fish, and grow your connections in the world of fly fishing. At the end of the day, if used to its full potential, it will undoubtedly help you explore a ton of new water and catch more fish. We are dedicated to being the best fly fishing app on the market and offering the most useful features tailored to fly anglers.


Andrew Boeddeker


Born in southern MN and a lifetime resident of the area, he began his journey in the world of spin fishing until a friend in college introduced him to the fly rod. For the past eight years he has been fishing the Driftless area’s small streams for trout, and recently been exploring the world of 8 weight rods and bass, carp and pike on the fly. He is passionate about connecting technology with fly fishing, and FlyFishFinder was an ideal pursuit to blend the two. Andrew is a firm believer that most of the best days on the water are with other people, those are the memories that stick with you the longest. Most of his time is spent working, but apart from that he loves spending time with his 3 young daughters.

Brett Downs

Social Media

A native of Colorado Springs, CO he has been blessed to fish some of the top fly fishing waters in the country. Currently he is pursuing a business major from the University of Montana in Missoula, and between classes and work he finds himself exploring the many types of streams and mountain lakes that Montana has to offer. He has a sincere love for the sport and enjoys taking friends out for a first time experience on the water. He has a knack with the camera and always seems to find a little bit bigger fish with each adventure. Despite his age, he ties flies like he’s been at it for decades, no joke!

Quincy Milton

Director of Conservation

Quincy Milton holds an MS in Biology and leads our conservation efforts. He was born and raised on the West coast and recently made the move to New England for college and work. Having grown up in the Pacific Northwest, Quincy was constantly involved in trout and steelhead fishing the North West’s best rivers. After moving out to New England, Quincy was introduced to the productivity of northeastern Atlantic waters, specifically for striped bass. Additionally, Quincy has a passion for conservation and ocean preservation that is manifested in his biology degree. He has grown to have an extensive knowledge of fish biology and behavior through the hobby of fly fishing and by trade. Quincy is looking forward to sharing that knowledge with others who may benefit from it.