Tippets: Bull Trout Rush Back Up Dam-Free Elwha, Don’t Let Rod Action Change Your Stroke

  • Bull trout have already made their way up the Elwha River past the recently demolished Glines Canyon Dam. “We always knew the fish would return once the dams were removed,” says superintendent Sarah Creachbaum, “but these four fish passed through Glines Canyon even before the concrete was gone.” Read more via The Olympian.
  • Common practice says to change casting stroke depending on the action of the rod. However, in a short instructional film, Lasse Karlsson demonstrates why that is not always the best practice. Via The Limp Cobra.
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