Tippets: Catching Fossils, Popper Dropper Rigs, Eelgrass Restoration

  • 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.
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