How to Fly Fish for Muskie, Crop Art for the Colorado River, Net Carrying Technique for Carp

August 11, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • Called the “fish of 10,000 casts,” tiger muskies have a developed a lore all their own. Rick Kustich gives an in-depth look at their history, habitat, and range; giving advice on everything from rigging and flies to rods and stripping speeds.
  • Colorado crop artist Stan Herd has created a message for President Obama in a Grand Junction alfalfa field: support the Farm Bill. As a shared and relied upon resource, the Colorado River can benefit from the Regional Conservation Partnership included in the bill which would help farmers and wineries manage water more efficiently, says Molly Mugglestone, coordinator for the conservation group Protect the Flows.
  • Jim Pankiewicz gives sage advice, demonstrating how to easily carry a net for carp: like a gunslinger.