Tippets: Prevent Fly Fishing Injuries, Tenets of Workplace Tying, New Mad River Canoe
- Spruce Creek Fly Co. co-owner and sports trainer Tracy Stroup says fly fishing injuries are like any other: they often result from muscular imbalances.
- Keith Barton lists several tenets of workplace fly tying, including “Keep the dead stuff close to you” and “Only bring enough materials to tie a single pattern.”
- Gear Junkie‘s Stephen Regenold says the new Mad River Malecite Canoe ($2,970) uses pigment-free gel coat to keep weight to only 43 pounds but can still carry 850 pounds of people and gear.
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