Tippets: Giving Thanks or Not, Help for Stillaguamish Salmon, Tips for Detecting Strikes

November 24, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • Up North in Maine, Ben Rioux has a different angle on the recent Thanksgiving holiday; what he is not thankful for. A surprising and refreshing read.
  • The salmon of the Stillaguamish River have been in decline for years. And it’s time that stops, say leaders of the Stillaguamish Tribe as they present proposals for improving the fishery to federal authorities.
  • Throughout the winter, anglers turn to subsurface flies—which, though a successful technique, can be hard to get a feel for. So check out Tom Rosenbauer’s helpful tips for detecting strikes when nymphing.