Tippets: Fly Fishing Frauds, Non-Native Species in the Colorado River, Dam Removal Site as Classroom
- Fly fishing companies beware: fraudulent upstart online magazines are asking for gear items in return for reviews, reports Angling Trade.
- The Grand Canyon National Park, Interior’s plan to live-trap non-native fish rather than exterminate is being called a “band aid” fix by some. Alongside are concerns that electro-shocking will also kill some native fish as well.
- The Elwha River, site of the largest river restoration project in the U.S. thus far, is serving as a classroom laboratory of river ecology for science students.