An insane work week at the day job has finally ended. But since this is just the beginning of what is generally the busy season, I'm not exactly celebrating. Still, there is an Arsenal game in the morning and I may have enough flex hours to sneak off to the river next week. For now, click until satisfied.
- Idaho river permitting system goes online, using new technology called "computers." Now the roll of the dice for Middle Fork of the Salmon permits is a virtual one. You've got a week or so to buy a ticket.
- Trout Underground waxes on about bamboo rods, again. And I enjoy it, again.
- Ted Williams covers a strip mining threat in Montana.
- Squeeky Oar Lock over at The Headhunter writes about fishing artists, and posts some fantastic images to go with it.
- I clicked through Squeeky's post and discovered Jason Borger's blog. Writer, artist, filmmaker, and shadowcasting actor. Oh, and one heck of a fly fisherman (just like his old man).
- Unrelated to fly fishing, but check out these time lapse videos. I have always wanted to do something like that on a river. Maybe this year (but probably not).
- Also unrelated to fly fishing, but I can't recommend Joe Posnanki's recent blog post enough. Its about writing and being a father and senseless tragedy, and all the stuff in between.