Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The Fishing Notebook

© By Othmar Vohringer

For the past few weeks I have been a bit concerned about the whereabouts of my good blogging friend Mel, or Eagle Eye as he was known on his Trout Hunter blog. He hadn’t posted on his blog for sometime and then when I went back on Saturday to see if he had posted the blog was gone.

My first thought was, “Oh no, don’t tell me another good blog disappeared from the blog sphere.” My next thought was, “I hope Mel is all right and well.” Then a day later I got an email from Mel in which he tells me that he has a new blog called The Fishing Notebook.

Of course I visited right away with some relief in my heart that Mel is back with yet another new blog and layout. In his email to me he writes, that the new blog will be similar to his old blog but a bit more laid back. On The Fishing Notebook Mell will write more about his memories and experiences as a veteran fisherman of over 35 years.

I am looking forward to read Mel’s fishing notes from the past, present and in the future. In fact, I have been hoping since I first read his old blog that Mel would write about his vast experience as a fisherman. I am sure that many of us could learn from this all around- bin there-done that fishing guru. I most certainly could benefit from his expertise in the pursuit of the majestic trout.

Please take a minute or two, or three, and visit The Fishing Notebook. Say hello to Mel and that I sent you there.

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3 comments:

Mel (A.K.A. Eagle Eyes) said...

Thank you so much, Othmar, for pointing your readers and our fellow bloggers to my new blog. I am sincerely humbled by your kind words about me and my fishing experiences and memories. I will make every effort to write something about my experiences on the water that will benefit the readers of my blog and enhance their experiences when their on the water.

I just like fishing and re-visiting my old worn out memories. By the way, I still dream about catching the next fish!

Also, thanks for caring about my well being. Isn't it amazing how us bloggers who have never met build a bond with each other. Take care my friend.

Matt said...

Good timing on this post. I just noticed that his blog was gone a few minutes ago!

Othmar Vohringer said...

Mel – You’re very welcome. How could I not care about you? You’re one of our extended blogging family.

Matt – I am glad I could be of assistance to you.

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