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Debilitating illness, ticks in unsavory places and the interminable quest for elusive world record-sized peacock bass can just about summarize Costa’s GEOBASS exploration to Guyana. In Guyana, the GEOBASS anglers – Thad Robison, JayShow More Summary
On average, an adult spring chinook takes about 18 days to swim 253 river miles from Bonneville Dam to Lower Granite dam, including passage over a total of four Columbia River dams and four more on the Snake River. LINK (via:The Spokesman Review)
I got this jacket like in 1992, can’t really remember more exact then that. It’s still a favorite. Although it’s worn out and leak I use it as often as I can when I go fishing. On days when it’s not poring down with rain, that is. This...Show More Summary
#somestreamerchick gets some love from GoUpstate.com. LINK
This method of tying the Merkin Crab incorporates a technique that prevents the claws of the crab from fouling under the bend of the hook while fishing the fly.
LINK (via: King 5)
Congressman Tom MacArthur (R-NJ) has introduced the Striped Bass American Heritage Act, which would designate this iconic species as the United States' "National Fish." Just as the majestic bald eagle is the avian symbol of our nation...Show More Summary
A presentation by longtime wild steelhead advocate Bill McMillan from last month's Steelhead Summit Alliance.
Todd Tanner with a roundup of the greatest new products for your spring and summer streamside. LINK (via:Sporting Classics Daily)
A fisherman in Arkansas caught a piranha in a local lake last Friday. LINK (via:The Daily Mail) Authorities would also prefer you stop releasing your aquarium fish in the local lake.
As spring returns, controversy swirls over a dam in East Burke Vermont. The land trust that owns the dam wants to tear it down. But other residents see the dam as an historic buttress to the local economy. LINK (via: Vermont Public Radio)
A hook-less fly crafted on a core other than a hook is described for attachment to a line at a material distance from a distal circle hook. One or more fly (s) may be attached to a single line at a point above a single circle hook. The separation on the line of hook from fly requires only the fly to enter the fish's mouth. Show More Summary
LINK (via: On the Water)