On Crimping Barbs, Penobscot River Restoration, Andros South Photo Spread, Predictor for Algal Blooms
- Trout’s Fly Fishing gives us a pretty darn good reason for why we should all crimp our barbs: “9,530 ft, after a four-mile hike, with a size 10 hook squarely penetrating your index finger.”
- An effort to restore Maine’s Penobscot River has begun with demolition of Great Works Dam, which will return historic spawning grounds for Atlantic salmon.
- Tosh Brown puts up a photo spread of his trip to Andros South where there is no shortage of good times… or fish for that matter.
- A screening tool has been developed enabling prediction of lakes that will be prone to blue-green algal blooms.