Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Monday, May 21, 2007
"After intensive R&D, we've found a way to merge our blog stream, our comments stream and our photo stream into one. All subscribers will now be able to follow along with new blog posts as well as with comments and select Flickr photos featured on the right hand side of the blog - in other words, the whole Way Upstream experience!! RSS and email subscribers may notice a few hiccups as we work out the bugs but we believe this will be an upgrade for everyone."
Test this latest upgrade and let us know what you think about merging streams!
Thursday, May 17, 2007
Photo courtesy of Pedro Lopez-Baldrich
Friday, May 11, 2007
I read a lot of comments on the wader posts about zippers. I also heard from some readers that they were a little unclear on the roll down feature of the Watermaster II wader. Here's a one minute video that demonstrates how the feature works (turn volume up). The demo does not show that you can relieve yourself without removing layers or a jacket but I think you can see that it is possible for men...for women it's tricky but I've heard tell that it's possible. Keep the wader conversation going. I'm still listening. Phone camera work by Rene Braun.
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Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Monday, May 7, 2007
Thursday, May 3, 2007
Currents change. Temperature changes. Migration. With the movements of herring and tern and degree come the movements of thought and action. Thoughts like wandering flats in Maine wearing surf trunks. Actions like fly fishing in the salt. Migration.
By El Pescador
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Have you seen the physical changes to ACK (Nantucket, MA) following the most recent storm? There's a new cut on "the rock". The new cut on the way out to Smith Point is putting a major hurdle in access to a great shore fisherman's nighttime spot (sadly) -- but the cut itself looks VERY fishy. The only problem is that it's waaaaaay to easy to get to.
Story and image contributions by Jared Tausig