Welcome back to Haiku Monday, where Fish Hack is in the Fish Wrap spending Martin Luther King Jr. day the way most Hacks do — trying to milk a articles from a vapid pool of resources.
Only news wonks work holidays like this.
Hack stuck in Fish Wrap/No one’s answering the phone./Non-productive day.
For you few Haiku Monday virgins, this is when and where Fish Hack waxes on and off non-Brazilian style about the outdoors and whatever the hell else comes to mind, with a few bad forms of old Japanese poetry tossed in as the schtick to stick out in this crapland known as cyberspace.
Crapland: So much noise./Every douche now writes a block./No one left to read.
There are several dozen places better to be right now than on this blog, with the middle Rogue River one of the best. The water this afternoon was at 5,750 cfs and dropping faster than the price of Super Bowl tickets in Green Bay.
The winter steelhead fishing should be blowing up there today and likely will stay hot well into the week.
A good early showing of winters often means a good year, and bio’s are predicting one on the Rogue. See Hack’s Oregon Outdoors story about this phenomenon HERE. .
Stop reading, go fish./Read bogs at night when bite’s off./Burning daylight’s wrong.