In Florida this past weekend a tarpon took off with more than just a rod: military veteran Jack Wiseman’s prosthetic arm went with the fish too. But this, thankfully, is a tale of lost and found.
Artificial light sources may be wreaking havoc on insect communities (and fishermen’s beloved hatches as well). “These effects are very diverse and range, for example, from changes to mate locating success, migration and predation behaviors, among others,” states John Hopkins, principal adviser for Natural England.
Spring conditions in the Colorado high country are much different than last year’s record snowfall and runoff, and as the Teva Mountain Games kick off in Vail this weekend, river flows look as though they’ll be ideal for fishermen.