Farewell to Bob Quigley, Gila Trout Relocation, Hiker Jumps Into the Yellowstone River, Flood Tide Gear
- Chris Conaty wishes friend and fly tier Bob Quigley a tender goodbye: a reminder for us all to treasure who we have while they’re still here.
- Teams in New Mexico are working to relocate populations of Gila trout in areas burned by the devastating Whitewater-Baldy fire, before rains wash leftover ash into the waters.
- While a mecca for trout fishermen, this week the Yellowstone River also provided sanctuary to a hiker scared by an encounter with a wolf.
- If fly fishing is an art, the guys at Flood Tide say, you might as well wear it. So head on over and give a look at their goods.