Archaeological Catch, Best and Worst Tides for Bonefishing, Brook Trout Limit in Michigan, Nuclear National Parks

August 13, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • After commercial fishers reported catching jars in their nets, archaeological teams discovered a Roman ship thought to have been sunk approximately 2,000 years ago on her trading route between Spain and central Italy. Now that, you could say, is a cool catch.
  • Learn about the best and worst tides for flats fishing, and come to see the tides as a bonefish would, advises a recent article on the Fly Paper Blog. Both will greatly increase your odds for success.
  • After months of debate and public comment over a raise of the daily possession number for brook trout, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced that the limit will remain at the current level of five.
  • Current legislation moving through congress proposes three new sites for national parks. Nuclear laboratories in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Los Alamos, New Mexico, and the Hanford Nuclear Reactor in Washington.  “By turning them into national parks the sites will be preserved for their historical value and allow the general public to enter for the first time.” As well as ensuring habitat renewal and conservation.