Author Archives: 2gould
Last weekend I was in Washington, D.C. and of course had to stop by the Natural History Museum. I have always been a big fan of skeletons and these demonstrate that fish are just as cool on the “inside.” Enjoy! … Continue reading
This is a fish that I somehow caught by the dorsal fin. Props to Guy Mitrano for the sweet picture!
I came across this cool chair in Positano, Italy last October. It wouldn’t fit in the overhead compartment or else…
This article has been making the rounds on twitter, including a few re-tweets by yours truly, and it’s pretty much perfect for this site. The combination of archaeology and angling is fairly rare, and when that combination makes it in … Continue reading
I needed to be out there, I needed to stand in the water and I needed to catch a fish… Due to a hectic work schedule and other commitments I was becoming an armchair angler and that had to stop. … Continue reading
A while back I picked up a book titled, “Eastern Cherokee Fishing” written by Heidi Altman. As the title suggests, the book focuses on the Cherokee Indians and the role fishing played in their society – past and present. The … Continue reading
The use of a fish weir, or fishing weir, was a technique used to catch fish in large quantity with relatively minimal effort. Fish weirs appear to have been used widely around the world with examples being found in North … Continue reading