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The Velodyne Martini 1.5 prototype is the world's first sea-faring vessel with an active suspension. LINK (via:Gizmodo)
A re-run of one of our favorite episodes of the Dirt Bag Diaries featuring our friend Mark Rutherford who is currently on the mend post hip replacement. Mark Rutherford and John Merritt grew up sharing the same sand box. As they grew up, they each followed separate paths. Show More Summary
From Aaron Adams
A group of First Nations is fighting the Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG project, marking the first time that aboriginals have outright rejected a liquefied natural gas proposal in British Columbia. Aboriginal leaders have voicedShow More Summary
Two fishermen slug it out in knee deep water.
Mosaic Shingle Company offers a unique twist on the fish art genre with their pre-cut shingle design kits. (via: On the Water)
The Osprey vol. 79 is out and it's generating some buzz among the conservation and angling community. In this issue are: To Save Wild Steelhead, Get Rid of Hatcheries. by Bill McMillan Science Shows Better Marine Survival in Wild Steelhead. Show More Summary
Nick Schulz wrote this little ditty on the lameness of sport fishing back in 2006. In The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway writes of a heroic battle between man and a giant marlin. For 50 years, the novel's grandiose vision of aquatic struggle has stood as the last word on sport fishing. Show More Summary
Whatever fly dork.
Annie Leonard, founder of The Story of Stuff Project, writes about the importance of voting, especially in the midterm elections where participation is disturbingly low. LINK (via: The Cleanest Line)
Matthew Slater's last trip of the season ended up paying dividends with this submission.
Stonefly Press is publishing a remarkable new book from Stu Apte, a larger-than-life legend in fishing, that Andy Mill calls "a poignant reminder of what true legends are made of." This is a collection of world-record catches, days on...Show More Summary
Middlebury College Professor Matthew Dickerson, along with David O’Hara, gets readers out of the classroom and into the great outdoors with the book Downstream: Reflections on Brook Trout, Fly Fishing, and the Waters of Appalachia. The book takes the fishermen to the waters of Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina. LINK (via:VPR)
Steelhead aren't lemmings. They're individuals who take different routes to the same destination. LINK (via:Idaho Statesman)
The current flying car prototype AeroMobil 3.0 incorporates significant improvements and upgrades. It is now being tested in real flight conditions since October 2014. Initially certified by the Slovak Federation of Ultra-Light Flying, it now entered a regular flight-testing program. LINK
Swimming with sockeye in the cold water of British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake. LINK (via:BBC Travel)
Only one problem…
Kodak believes the next step forward is 360-degree recording. What makes the Pixpro SP360 Action Cam special is the absence of post-processing involved. Whereas other cameras may offer some degree of 360 recording, the footage usually needs to be stitched or otherwise finessed once it comes off the camera. LINK (via: Slash Gear)