I try my best to post at least five days a week at Activist Angler.
I do so because so much is happening these days regarding recreational fishing, and I believe that knowledge is power. The more we know about what is going on, the better that we can deal with it, especially in matters related to access and invasive species.
But I’m heading on the road for three weeks or so, starting Oct. 3. For at least the first week, I won’t be able to post much, as I fish in eastern Arkansas. I’ll be checking out Lake Chicot, White River National Wildlife Refuge, and Lakes Austell and Dunn at Village Creek State Park.
From there, I’ll head down to Lake Eufaula on the Alabama/Georgia border.
Ultimate destination is Florida, where I’ll fish several lakes, including Okeechobee, as well as attend the annual Saltwater Summit, sponsored by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.
As I am able, I’ll post about my fishing success and what I learn from those who know more than I.
I really appreciate the readers of this website, and hope that you will check in from time to time to see if anything new has been posted. By Oct. 24 or 25, I should be back in the office and posting regularly again.