Website Wednesday: Journal Of A Minnesota Angler

This week’s featured website is one of my absolute favorite blogs to visit – Journal Of A Minnesota Angler.

The first thing I noticed when visiting this blog is the outstanding layout. This site is very well-designed with a nice flow. You can easily navigate throughout the site and discover all the great information contained within.

The motivation behind starting this blog is best explained by MNAngler himself:

A lot of pro anglers have blogs, but I didn’t see many from a recreational/amateur point of view. I knew I would be learning a lot in the coming years and wanted to pass on my learning experiences to weekend fishermen who couldn’t afford $2000 fish finders or 10 fishing poles to keep in their $50,000 boats. The Journal of a Minnesota Angler was born.

I blog about my fishing adventures, but also try to give some tips and hints for the weekend angler. I’ll also post reviews when I see something us non-sponsored folk could find useful.

I have had a great time reading this blog. The most recent post, Animals Died So That We May Live, was a thought-provoking post on remembering where our food comes from. It has generated a variety of comments from readers.

The main focus of this blog is on fishing, and you will have a great time reading the entertaining, well-written stories about MNAngler’s fishing adventures. In Ice Fishing 301: Enticing Ice Crappie With The Help Of Electronics you will discover helpful tips for your next ice fishing adventure (hopefully that will not be for many months!) and the many product reviews will help you make decisions regarding your fishing gear options.

Add Journal Of A Minnesota Angler to your RSS list today and be rewarded with a great read every time.

Cheers!

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Blogger, Aquatic Ecologist, Volunteer, and obsessed with all things fish. When she isn't trying to out-fish Darrell, Rebecca can be found working in her gardens or spending time with her horses.

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Blogger, Aquatic Ecologist, Volunteer, and obsessed with all things fish. When she isn't trying to out-fish Darrell, Rebecca can be found working in her gardens or spending time with her horses.

2 Comments

  1. Wow. Such high praise. I’m blushing. Thank you for such a great write-up. I really appreciate it. You made my day.

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