Category Archives: Outdoor Writing

American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up

American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up Not long ago, I posted on the demise of American Angler’s print edition. Well guess what? Back in July, American Angler’s digital version went belly up too. Granted I’m way the hell late … Continue reading

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Signs in the Winter Woods

It was good hike on some nicely maintained trails. And we saw many signs in the winter wood. Critters? Nope. Continue reading

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American Angler Magazine no longer in Print

Back in May the presses at American Angler ground to a halt. Yes, the magazine remains online but it is no longer in ink. Yet, another sign of changing times. American Angler had been in print for a god’s age, … Continue reading

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The Lonely Land

The Lonely Land We linger right now in the dog days of summer, but make no mistake winter will come. And when it does there will be ample reason to park yourself in a fat easychair and read a good … Continue reading

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Fly Rod & Reel Magazine is Done

Fly Rod & Reel Magazine is Done:  That’s right Fly Rod & Reel magazine is kaput. Here’s editor Greg Thomas’ blog confirming the magazine’s passing. Yes, the spring 2017 issue is their final breath. Sad news. It was a damn … Continue reading

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