Author Archives: Ed Mitchell

Outdoor Photography Gear

Outdoor Photography Gear Outdoor photography has long been a big part of life. Fishing photos, landscapes, seascapes, and beyond. Why do I love it? Well first off I love being outdoors. And cameras allow me to capture memories and bring … Continue reading

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Rain in the Winter Woods

Rain in the Winter Woods After a rain, the winter woods are a visual feast, a great time to break out your camera. Under gray skies, subtle earth hues intertwine in a quilt of tweed. Overhead bare tree limbs collide … Continue reading

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A Renaissance in Irish Whiskey

A Renaissance in Irish Whiskey: Well in all the my blogging years, I’ve mentioned whiskey only once or twice. But here in the midst of winter and the midst of a pandemic, a sip of whiskey might be the right … Continue reading

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The 2020 Northeast Saltwater Season is Behind Us

The 2020 Northeast Saltwater Season is Behind Us: Well its official now; here in the Northeast the 2020 saltwater season is behind us. Time to put away the gear if you haven’t already. And its also time to think about … Continue reading

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The Trend in Fly Fishing toward Lighter Lines

Over the years, fly anglers have steadily moved to lighter line weights. Granted this didn’t happen overnight. It has been a slow progression. Still there is no denying it, amigo. Lighter line weights have been gaining favor for decades. Here’s … Continue reading

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