Most of the time snags result in sticks or weeds, but on occasion they’re something from a different time entirely. Chris Engle writes about catching everything from fossils to ancient pipes in his Michigan homewaters. Via Petoskey News.
Necessity is sometimes the mother of invention, but at other times it’s pure curiosity that stirs the mind. Kent Klewein explains a rigging technique you probably have not tried: a popper dropper.
Eelgrass restoration projects have had tremendous success rates, and recently Bob Lalasz sat down with Bo Lusk, marine steward with The Nature Conservancy’s Virginia Coast Reserve program, to get a wider view of ecosystem impacts.