Lowcountry lifestyle at its finest. LINK
) So far about 3 million cubic yards of sediment -- enough to fill about 300,000 dump trucks -- has been released from the giant bathtubs of sediment that formed behind the two hydroelectric dams upstream. And that’s only 16 percent of what’s expected to be delivered downstream in the next five years. LINK (via:JPR)
"Through cold and ice, a young man must go."
) Mitch Bergsma with some helpful tips for all the DJI newbies out there.
Fish - Drive - Survive
A winter themed Hatches Theater with Headhunters fly shop, Scientific Angler, and steelhead
My last blurb mentioned how everything was likely to arrive early, be shorter, and fraught with unrealized complications, and would require anglers to brave Nature’s adversity. I forgot how modification of a standard pattern was a Sacred Cow and could land a naïve fellow in hot water. Reducing a pattern to fit on a smaller [...]
When the singing Big Mouth Billy Bass first popped up on shelves at every Wal-Mart, Target, Bass Pro, K-Mart, truck stop, and Stucky's in America, all I can remember thinking was Oh God, please don't let anyone buy me one of those. Thankfully, no one ever did. Show More Summary
Recently a good friend of ours threw a pair of Abel’s new Hybrid Hemostats our way to try out. We have tested a number of Abel products over the years and have been nothing but impressed by their functionality and design. We were very excited to try out the new Hybrid Hemostats and thought you […]
In what is a major victory for wild steelhead, and a decision that is sure to make many a pro-hatchery talking head explode, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife yesterday designated three tributaries of the lower ColumbiaShow More Summary
The world premier of Damnation took place yesterday at SXSW. This powerful film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. Show More Summary
By using a camera and computer vision software it is possible to make a fish control a robot car over land. By swimming towards an interesting object, the fish can explore the world beyond the limits of his tank.
Here is the House map, red is bad. The Senate results.
Mentally, I can see Long Island. I can see it coming into view. This has been a harder trip to get my head around. My dad won’t be on the trip because my mom is at home with terminal cancer. That’s kind of a big thing. One of the biggest. I also just added a […]
For many bass anglers, ice-off is both cause for celebration and frustration. Yes, you can launch the boat again, but now you’ve got to manipulate bass in frigid water into biting. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: location is the most important part of bass fishing. Show More Summary
It’s getting to be that time of year when our minds start drifting off to thoughts of big Western-Alaska trout and chrome-bright pacific salmon. The Alaska fishing season will be here before you know it, and with it comes the earliest of the Pacific salmon, the king salmon. Kings might just be the baddest freshwater […]
A series of one second clips from Kiritimati. Prelude to a film highlighting conservation efforts on the island and in particular the protection of the resident trevally. Soundtrack: Luminaire by Michael Ayars
That's the headline from Alaska Senate Majority leader Sen. John Coghill's editorial bemoaning the EPA's decision to temporarily block permitting of the Pebble Mine. He goes on to say..... It is now election season, a time when we have...Show More Summary