Represent Water and Protect Rivers, How to Read Bonefish Feed Marks, Lake Trout in Yellowstone

  • Rep Your Water has teamed up with Colorado Trout Unlimited and Upslope Brewing Company in their joint program, Protect Our Rivers, to donate 1% of every sale price to Colorado TU. Now with every purchase of Rep Your Water merchandise, you can help in the effort of coldwater conservation and watershed restoration.
  • Designed to feed and root on the bottom of flats, bonefish leave distinctive marks behind them. Learn more about how to read the feed marks as well as how they can help your fishingon the Deneki Outdoors blog.
  • Once irresponsibly introduced, it’s now time to do the right thing and eradicate lake trout in Yellowstone Lake, restoring native Yellowstone cutthroat trout populations, writes Bruce Smithhammer. And while numbers can at times make things look grim, “there is hope” he says. So head over to Buster Wants to Fish and read how you can help support the effort.
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    Bonefish are well known for their ability to feed on bottom. Having their mouth structured underneath their head helps them to dig out with ease.
    The strength of the contrast between the surface color and the under bottom color can help an angler tell how recent the feed marks were made.