Rod Makers of Chile – An awesome resource in Santiago well worth checking out.
Dawn Patrol – fly fishing & life with terrible spelling & worse grammar; a cool blog featuring (I think) excellent writing.
Syzygy Fly Fishing – Really neat project combining written words, visual art, and celestial forces of alignment into beauty in the medium of flyfishing.
Blue Morpho Foundation – 501(c)(3) non profit out of Colorado that is doing amazing work to bridge the gap between the worlds of traditional amazonian shamanism and those of us otherwise stuck up the ass of the modern world.
Simpson Fly Fishing – Awesome blog kept by a father/son team I guided up in Kamchatka
The Fiberglass Manifesto – Really cool blog with frequent updates on all things flyfishing, fiberglass, and generally beautiful in life.
The Itinerant Angler – Fly fishing community featuring podcasts, a photoblog, how-to video, bulletin board, and magazine articles. Hosted by Zach Matthews.
Just Another Day in Ellijay – The disjointed, random, and decidedly entertaining musings of an Ol’Fart living in Gilmer county Georgia with his wife, three dogs, a dozen or so cats, and approximately nine hundred and seventy three fly rods.
Gray’s Sporting Journal – The original and ongoing top-notch outlet for creative writing on hunting and fishing throughout the world.
Moldy Chum – The Voice of Reel Pure, Fly fishing news, blog, entertainment and discussions about fly fishing.
Front Side Fly – These guys just rock; check it out.
Hunter, Angler, Gardener, Cook – Hank Shaw’s wanderings in the edible world, from fishing to hunting to foraging and gardening — cooking field to table and nose to tail.
The Flyfish Journal – An excellent literary journal devoted to excellent writing on flyfishing.
The Drake – Tom Bie’s grassroots triumph in the world of quality fly fishing periodicals.
The Angler’s Culvert – Good writing, and neat stuff.
Fly Fishers Inc. – Online Magazine out of Auckland New Zealand with great editorial content and photos.
My Roads Traveled – Awesome hiker’s blog from an old friend in the Pacific Northwest