What's next for the Trout Underground

By Tom Chandler 4/20/2006

Like any self-respecting trout, the Trout Underground isn't content to sit in the current and eat any old bug that floats by. No, the Trout Underground is ambitious and agressive; the kind of trout that moves upstream, always searching for a better rock to hide behind with the biggest bugs kicking by.

Soon, you'll surf into the Trout Underground and notice that it's hiding behind a new rock - one that might not look as funky as the old one, but one that allows for features like reader comments to the reports. You'll see the same wildly inaccurate fishing reports and odd observations about fly fishing, but now you'll have the ability to add comments to my reports.

There are a lot of other reasons for my move to a new content management system - and I give up some control over appearance, so the new site isn't quite as funky as the old one - but the bigger, better bugs far outweight the negatives.

Stay tuned... See you at the Web server, Tom Chandler


Tom Chandler

As the author of the decade leading fly fishing blog Trout Underground, Tom believes that fishing is not about measuring the experience but instead of about having fun. As a staunch environmentalist, he brings to the Yobi Community thought leadership on environmental and access issues facing us today.


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