Summer in the PacNW is pretty much over and the salmon fishing season is slowing drawing to the end, winter is just about here. The gray, drizzly winter months are when we put the fishing rods away and start catching up on all the work that needs to be done with the watermanatwork.com website. There … Read more
With the unseasonably hot and dry weather we’ve been having, it’s no surprise that timber companies have closed their land to recreational use due to extremely high fire danger. The trails on private land in Skamanaia, Klickitat, Hood River and Wasco counties are closed until further notice. This usually happens every year, but not this … Read more
We have completed the website maintenance successfully and the watermanatwork.com website and blog are back to 100% functionality. We are pleased to see that the work has paid off and the website is loading much faster than before. Hopefully, you didn’t experience any downtime with the website or blog, we should be online 99.9% of … Read more
The watermanatwork.com website and watermanatwork.com blog are currently undergoing major technical maintenance. There is probably going to be some downtime when the website and blog may not be online, but they shouldn’t be down for long. When we are back online, the website pages and blog entries should load faster and there will be less … Read more
I’m on the road taking care of some personal business so the blog entries are coming kind of slow. I should be back on the water shortly and hoping to be catching some of those big early season smallmouth bass.
It’s the middle of winter here and the excitement level is not exactly at a fever pitch right now but things are happening. If you are a regular visitor to this blog or the watermanatwork.com website, you know that there are a lot of photos and videos and not a lot of text. Unfortunately, the … Read more
It looks like the maintenance on our servers is complete and we are back in business. Seems a little slow to me, but hopefully they will get things dialed in. Thanks for your patience.
The watermanatwork.com website servers will be down for maintenance on January 17, 2014 at 6:00PM PST. This maintenance will take about twelve hours and both the watermanatwork.com website and this blog will be offline. Sorry for the downtime, but you know, computers.
All of us here at WatermanAtWork want to wish everyone a happy and healthy 2015. 2014 was a great year on the water and in the woods here in the Pacific Northwest, we are hoping for more of the same in 2015. Happy New Year!!!
Merry Christmas to everyone from WatermanAtWork.com!