Welcome to the new Conservation Angler blog.
If you're new to the blog- hello! If you've followed us to our new location here on the Sage Creek Press website- thank you!
First, a little bit of housekeeping.
As you can see, I've brought a few blog posts from the old site here to the new site. I did this based on the popularity of the old posts and to provide a little bit of continuity rather than have this blog page look like it was just starting from scratch. If you want to check out post from the last few years just click here. You might notice that the formatting on the old posts (i.e. pre- December 2017) are a little skewed as a result of trying to transfer the posts- my apology. I fully anticipate the new posts will be interesting and clean in appearance.
I began writing blog posts on fly fishing and conservation in 2013, but then only intermittently at best. It wasn't until 2015 that I started trying to crank out material on a steady basis. With that in mind, my goal is to bring you new posts on a nearly weekly schedule (with hiatuses during summer when I spend as much time on the stream and in the backcountry as possible).
The Conservation Angler covers everything from fly fishing destinations to the latest issues in environmental conservation. I hope you enjoy the material-- if there's something you would like to see a post on, just let me know. With that in mind I will bring this welcome post to an end.
Until next time- cheers!
p.s. take a look around the site!