Cahill takes some amazing photos that you've probably seen before (although maybe you didn't realize it). He's done some really cool stuff at Andros South that I've seen on the Deneki site.
The second is a big batch of southern fried goodness served up as an ezine/blog called Southern Culture on the Fly. Their slogan is "Fly Fishing with a Side of Grits." Being a good southern boy myself, and a fan of all things southern, how could I resist a Web site like this. I've highlighted some of their work here before, but they are pretty active on Facebook as well and definitely worth a follow.
I don't recommend ezines lightly. In all honesty I feel like many of them are boring. But SCOF is different. The stories are just the right length and well blended with some stellar photography and cool videos to keep my interest. There is a good mix of salt and freshwater action and that is a good thing. Regional touches from what else, the south, are very relevant for a guy like me living in Virginia. The latest edition of SCOF can be found here.
Be sure to check out Gink and Gasoline and Southern Culture on the Fly. You won't be disappointed.