Tippets: New “Fly Fishers Inc,” Low Steelhead Numbers on the Brule, Fly-Fishing Dating, Rating the National Parks, Don’t Fear the Green Water
- The online magazine Fly Fishing Inc. has released its March 2012 issue. Being a New Zealand magazine, it’s filled with large browns from small streams.
- Low returns of Lake Superior steelhead to Wisconsin’s Brule River have some worried. Others, including local guide Damian Wilmot, believe it is just a natural fluctuation after a few high years.
- There seems to be online dating sites for all sorts of hobbies and beliefs potential beaus might share so why not fly-fishing? Tim Romano’s pal in Denver has started Cast2me.com for anyone having trouble matching the hatch, so to speak.
- National Parks Traveler ranks the 2011 visitation of National Parks. Statisticians can view more in depth numbers on the National Park Service website.
- With the run-off approaching, Will Sands of The Aspen Times, encourages anglers to not “fear the not clear.” But first anglers need to distinguish between “not clear” and blown out. “A general rule of thumb is green in good, brown is bad.“