This year I have vowed to be diligent about maintaining a river/fish log. I've tried this in the past but I couldn't keep the notebook(s) dry. Well, last nite I was browsing in REI and saw that they sold water-proof logbooks just like the little pocket notebooks I had been using. Life is good. So, I bought one and am now faced with figuring out what should I log? So, I thought I'd ask the readers of the forum to share with me (and the rest of us) what they log (if they log). I've been thinking of the following information: I'd log the following when I arrived at the river: River Date Weather (overcast, raining, clear, sunny, hot, cold, barometer?) River flow Water temp Water clarity If I caught, say, a steelhead, I might add the following information Time Location(GPS coordinates - I have a hand-held GPS) Size - Length Native or Wild Water temp (if different than above) Water clarity (if different than above) Fly and method (swing, waking, float/sink tip, etc.,) Thanks, in advance Michael Remember, Son. Catch, Gloat, then Release.