|Fog below SkyTop on an early autumn morning, Shawangunk Ridge, New Paltz, NY|
A great blog that I especially love due to the pursuit of small stream brookies and beautifully tied classic streamers. When I dream about fishing Alan's posts are what come to mind.
Hands down, one of the funniest blogs you will ever read. Mike's mix or humor, pop culture and fishing will make an instant fan out of anyone.
If a picture says a thousand words, one post from this blog will have you feel as if you were actually there when it happened. The photography is phenomenal!
This blog comes from Jason in Michigan, which is great trout country, and he the pictures and posts to prove it. On the name alone I would already be a fan.
This is another blog I like very much because I'm biased. Mark writes some great posts that highlight two of my favorite things about the outdoors...The Adirondacks (in my home state of NY) and pursuit of wild trout in a small stream setting.
This is another blog in which I have a strong bias towards. Karel is a fellow tenkara angler who gets to fish some beautiful country out in Colorado. He also ties some beautiful sakasa kebari that are worth a look.
This is another blog I have followed for a while. I think I'm drawn to Jay's blog for not just the fishing posts but also those about Nature observations in general. Part of the reason I think we blog about our outdoor experiences is the sense of awe and wonder that can be found in the natural world and this blog does a good job of capturing that.
With so many people out there writing such great blogs it was difficult to decide on only seven. Maybe next time I write a post "The Versatile Blogger Awards:Part II" and select seven more. Until next time, everyone keep those great posts coming!
|Fog rolling through the Hudson Valley on an early fall morning|