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April 18th, 2014

2013 was a big run year for Pink Salmon on the Skagit River in Washington. Everyone, seemingly, who fishes for Pink Salmon touts the wonders of pink flies, baits and lures – so this Surf Candy style of fly stays …

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April 16th, 2014

Despite sometimes gusty upriver winds March Browns emerged yesterday in fair numbers. The drift between Hayden Bridge and Armitage Park produced “pretty decent” fishing. Water conditions are ideal at the moment, and with a few clouds in the forecast fishing …

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April 14th, 2014

This is the book of the generations of sourdough starter. Well, blog post, anyway. As described earlier, our Bread 101 …Continue reading →

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This Saltwater Clouser fly fishes well in the both open ocean and estuaries. The texture of the Electric Yellow fibers are not as pleasing to my likes as most of the Steve Farrar’s Blends, but it is bright and I …

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We have reserved at least 50 autographed copies of All Fishermen Are Liars. These hardbound copies are perfect to add to your angling library and make a fantastic gift for any angler. Click the following link to order your copy …

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April 13th, 2014

Am I souring on traditional discipline-focused college curricula?  No, but this spring I *am* teaching a tremendously fun course through …Continue reading →

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April 11th, 2014

The lower McKenzie River is fishing really well. Dropping water levels and rising water temperatures are a good combo. Grannom caddis and March Browns are the important surface oriented insects. Peacock Caddis in sizes 16 and 18 and March Brown …

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April 10th, 2014

E-book giveaway too Beer, travel, Home Sweet Road, writing, the Rucksack Universe, and more—I’ll be chatting with authors and the awesome travel blogger Tui Snider from Story Dam Apr. 10, 2014, starting at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.…

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Ever since I wrote on How To Price a Cocktail Menu like a million years ago, I’ve gotten requests from bartenders, bar managers, and bar owners for some guidance on how to perform inventory and calculate pour cost. Which is, like, super surprising to me since there are few tasks more reviled in our business [...]Po

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Surprisingly, this little fly fishes well in the open ocean and in estuarine habitats like Puget Sound and the Frasier River in BC. The fly is small but predatory fish from sea run cutthroat to Black Rockfish know how to …

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April 9th, 2014

Yep. This is a great time of year to fish. The McKenzie is coming on strong with nymphs and dries, Spring Chinook are in the Lower Willamette just begging to be shown a fly to eat, there are many lakes … Continue reading

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Amazing indie travel bloggers, writers, podcasters, and photographers abound nowadays. Not only do these globetrotters come from everywhere and travel anywhere, they take the extra time to share their adventures with those of us at home. Here are 10 travel…

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April 8th, 2014

Here is a list of “go to” standard fly patterns for your local fishing over the next couple of weeks. Sizes may vary slightly and of course there are many other effective flies. These are your “don’t leave home without …

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April 7th, 2014

We are extending our spring special trout trips through April. Fishing lately has been very good, with consistent nymphing throughout the day and intermittent dry fly activity. The recent moderate amounts of precipitation have kept the river at an optimal …

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Many thanks to the great folks at You Read It Here First for our recent chat: “When it came time to figure out the stories I needed to tell, things began taking shape when I knew the stories would revolve…

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April 6th, 2014

cross posted at my blog Saucer Sightings.Robert McLuhan at Paranormalia writes on some reincarnation research of children's accounts of their past lives:

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April 5th, 2014

Our only official link in Eugene to New Orleans is now Voodoo Donuts, which, of course, is no link at …Continue reading →

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