The new website Fly Fish Bonehead and its accompanying magazine, Tail, offer a wealth of resources for anglers, including: fly tying instructional videos, fishing calendars, and conservation support and education. Check out both, freely available online.
Four large cities that get their drinking water from the Colorado River are piloting a program that would give incentives to farmers, industries and municipalities to conserve water and reduce usage. The Colorado River System Conservation Program is a unique approach and brings with it “an opportunity to bring more resilience and adaptability to the drought-stricken, overtapped Colorado River,” writes Sandra Postel on National Geographic’s NewsWatch.
Angus James was removing the lure from the mouth of a jungle perch he had just caught, when he noticed a set of eyes staring back at him. The green tree frog was released (along with the fish) and escaped its destiny as lunch, at least for one more day.