Tippets: Changing Times, Improve Your Hero Shot, Ear Bone Predictions

December 4, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • Flies, they are changing.  From Roderick Haig-Brown’s time on the rivers of British Columbia to the present day of Paul Castellano and Kevin Feenstra, April Vokey takes a look at the old and new of steelhead patterns.
  • Pete McDonald offers five witty tips for improving your fly fishing photography.
  • Otoliths, the ear bones of fish, help them navigate and orient, as well as providing clues to the age of the fish, somewhat like tree rings. And now scientists are also using them to measure and predict the impacts of climate change.