Author Archives: Erin Block
Likening it to an impressionist painting, read a beautiful short piece by Louis Cahill on finding brown trout among the canvas of a streambed. Heavy rains and snowmelt runoff cause streams to run high and muddy, it’s par for the … more
Ben Smith had a dream and goal of fly fishing for Lahontan cutthroat trout in Pyramid Lake, Nevada. Recently he made that goal happen, and shared his experience and tips on his blog Arizona Wanderings. With travel and trade, port cities receive … more
Beautiful scenery and rising rainbow shots here, during long summer days in New Zealand.
Recently released from Watershot Inc. are two new waterproof camera housings designed for iPhone 5. The Watershot and Watershot PRO models are functional and flexible, retailing for $109.99 and 189.99, and available now. Read more in the press release below.
Alex Cerveniak takes a detailed look at placement of a mayfly dun from a fish-eye view, up from below. What do trout see; and moreover, what matters most? Read more via Trout Lab. Sustained drought has severely hit Lake Powell, … more
Tim Johnson talks about important work being done by the Utah Stream Access Coalition, with grassroots efforts to protect recreation on and by public water.
A live and sustainable release is key to healthy fisheries. Learn more about proper release techniques in this film short from the Atlantic Salmon Federation.
Almost 80 gallons of water from Palisades nuclear power plant have leaked into Lake Michigan, releasing with it “small amounts of radioactive tritium and possibly trace amounts of cobalt and cesium.” Read more at Grist. Tournament angler Dave Wolak offers … more
Based on generations of expertise, Swedish-based knife maker Morakniv has announced its entry into the US market via Industrial Revolution. Morakniv’s product line includes quality knives for hunters, anglers, and other skilled crafts. Read more in the press release below.