Tag Archives: blogging

Limiting blogging’s impact on watersheds and angling communities

Last weekend, we found ourselves on another sprawling, supposedly fishless river. Despite the fact that it’s too early for one run, and the other doesn’t officially exist, we ran into a buddy just coming off the water as we got … Continue reading

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Winter steelhead, blogging in full swing

After months of half-assing it on Oregon Fly Fishing Blog I’ve been thrown back into the mix. Chris D. who now basically runs it with my minimal input, took a month to go fishing in New Zealand and left it … Continue reading

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Bringing down the iron curtain: Ass-clowns and the purpose of blogs

As most of you know, I run a semi-pro fishing blog. What you don’t probably know is that it gets well over 25,000 page views a month and it is providing a business boost for the company we’re running it … Continue reading

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