The price for getting on the water is sometimes a rod fee, a license, gas money, lunch or beers. And sometimes it’s simply waiting in a truck outside a courthouse, writes Mike Sepelak—a small price to pay.
For a new take on an old standard, the Copper John—“the best selling trout fly in the world”—check out Barry Ord Clarke’s tie, the Midas Nymph, turning everything to gold.
Five new species of freshwater darters have been discovered, report researchers in a recent issue of Bulletin of the Alabama Museum of Natural History. They have been named for former or current U.S presidents “who have worked to promote conservation and environmental protection”: Theodore Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Barack Obama.