Tippets: Venezuela Bones, Idaho Land Deal, Getting Started With Tying, Rod Making, Addition to Sinlahekin Wildlife Area
- Fishing the aptly named “pancake flats” of Los Roques, Venezuela for bonefish can be easy or challenging, depending on when you go, according to the blog Fly Paper.
- Despite Idaho opposition, the U.S. Forest Service will likely go forward with a land deal that will secure an important habitat for steelhead, bull trout and Canada lynx. Washington state bought land that will become part of the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area in an effort to protect spawning grounds of salmon and steelhead.
- Terry Drinkwine provides enough information to get anyone started with fly tying. And, if tying flies is not enough, from rod seat to guides, Dave LeClair of Elbridge, New York, will get you started on making rods.
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