Tippets: Tackle Evolution, Hatches on the Pan, Man-Eating Salmon

  • Select groups of Florida anglers in the ’60s through the mid-’70s shaped much of the fly and light tackle we know and use today. Read a brief history by Lefty Kreh on Fly Fishing in Salt Waters.
  • Summer hatches on the Frying Pan River have in the past been like clockwork. However things have been changing, and anglers and guides and noticed. It’s not just a few bad days of catching, reports Aspen Daily News.
  • Spanning a diverse array of topics–everything from man-eating Chinook salmon to cranefly hatches–Tom Rosenbauer leads a great conversation on the most recent Orvis Podcast.

 

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