Here are a few great blogs that I follow regularly. They are about places I’ve fished, or hope to visit and fish.
http://www.vicbergman.com/blog/ It’s about photography, nature, landscapes, history, things old and fly fishing in SW Alberta. The camera lens is always focused on the beautiful Crowsnest Pass. A blog by a photographer and owner of the Crowsnest Angler fly shop.
http://www.jims-wanderings.blogspot.com/ A blog about dry fly fishing the best of the American west. Jim wanders around all summer long, and well into the fall, tossing dries on famous, and not so famous (secret), flat water rivers and demanding spring creeks. He dupes trout wherever he goes. The Ted Williams of dry fly angling. I check in often and drool.
http://www.truttablog.com/ Fly fishing for trout in majestic South Africa. Great landscapes and streams, and the author ties amazing flies.
http://photonautics.wordpress.com/ …Eye grabbing monochrome photos…with water mixed in.
http://www.theignorantangler.com …It’s unpretentious. It’s humorous. It’s about fly fishing. It’s about nature. Always thoughtful and intelligent…never ignorant. Great pics.
http://wheredaheckami.wordpress.com … wandering, fly fishing, witty talented travel writing…
http://www.spiritstreamsflyfishing.com …site captures the beauty of fly fishing the small spring creeks of the Driftless region Wisconsin
http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com … flexible, personal, affordable, top notch guide service in Patagonia, Argentina
http://headhuntersflyshop.com …best river report on fly fishing the Missouri river, Montana
http://jensenflyfishing.com …amazing sight fishing Alberta and New Zealand by two world class anglers
http://vimeo.com/splitcane/videos …calm, soothing videos on casting bamboo in the West Country England & Wales
http://marchesiphoto.com …blog on photography by one of the best
http://achalabrookies.wordpress.com …the pursuit of brook trout in a traditional way in beautiful Pampa de Achala, central Argentina