First-Ever Fly Fishing Sex Survey

April 1, 2014 By: Marshall Cutchin

Researchers have just released significant new data on the potential impact of fly fishing on human sexual behavior.  As Scott Bowen writes in his MidCurrent exclusive report, the results are somewhat surprising and may arouse further research.

The Federal Institute of Human Sexuality and Sexual Health (FIHSSH) surveyed 2 million American fly fishers.  The study, often conducted streamside, asked four basic questions and did not select for gender or sexual preference: 1. How satisfied are you with your sex life? 2. How often do you engage in sexual activity with a partner? 3. What would you change about your sex life? 4. What is your main fly-fishing endeavor? The results were collected over a period of four years and are reported for the first time this morning.