Tippets: Fly Art, Fishing the Sandy River, Maine’s Atlantic Salmon
- An angler first and artist second, master fly tier John Newbury work is currently featured in a display at Spokane’s Steelhead Bar & Grille, as photographed by Tony Roslund. What Newbury does, say admirers, is something more than fly-tying: it as an art form.
- Expert steelhead guide Marty Sheppard of Little Creek Outfitters talks to Scott Richmond about tips for winter fishing on the Sandy River. Via Westfly.
- A group a biologists and enthusiastic volunteers are working to battle the extinction of the Atlantic salmon in Maine waters. Implanting thousands of eggs in riverbed gravel, the future looks promising, but “The real test will be when, and if, adults show up,” says Maine Department of Marine Resources biologist Paul Christman.
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