Author Archives: Erin Block
Mend, a Kickstarter film project from TwoFisted Heart Productions and Sharptail Media, tells the story of Joey Maxim and his recovery from a near-fatal car accident and discovery of fly fishing.
The current issue of the journal Environmental Biology of Fishes has special focus on bonefish and tarpon and highlights new research that can help manage these economically important and environmentally fragile fisheries sustainably in the future. Read more in the press … more
The American Museum of Fly Fishing catches up with saltwater fly anglers such as Flip Pallot, Chico Fernandez and Joan Wulff to record the history of saltwater fishing.
Doug Roland offers up great shots of fly fishing for redfish in the Lowcountry. Via Lowcountry Journal.
In part two of a series on understanding how and why fly rods break, Tim Rajeff explains the details of rod failures and the different angler mistakes at fault. The Limp Cobra. From the fight to the photo, learn proper … more
Tippets: Saving the Northwest’s Salmon, Colorado’s Gold Medal Waters, Bonefish & Sunscreen, Serving Sustainable Fish, Bluegill Management
For generations, tribes in western Washington state have depended on salmon runs. This video from Northwest Now features local tribal members and fisheries managers discussing plans for increasing salmon population numbers and conserving habitat. Colorado boasts 322 miles of Gold … more
This short film features peaceful footage of autumn days and small streams. Via Stephan Jutz.
Michael P. Parrella follows the history of entomology in fly fishing, from the first recorded artificial fly that dates back to historian Claudius Aileanus describing an insect Macedonians were trying to imitate with feathers, to modern-day fly design. Read the … more