Know Your Tarpon, New GoPro Product, Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen, South Platte River Rebound

May 21, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • Knowing your prey, as the saying goes, is as important in tarpon fishing as it is in hunting and will up your odds of success. And understanding “The anatomy, biology and everything else that makes tarpon tick are as fascinating as catching one,” says Michal Larkin, Ph.D.
  • Do you film underwater? If so, GoPro’s newly announced product, the subaquatic helmet cam, may be of interest.
  • According to a current study by a group of researchers at the University of British Columbia, led by  Dr. Villy Christensen, there are too many cooks in the kitchen, and not enough fish in the sea.
  • After the devastating Hayman Fire a decade ago, the South Platte River is once again beginning to feel its oats.