Tippets: Give & Take, Salmon Carry Pollution Upstream, Techniques for Fishing Deep

December 10, 2012 By: Erin Block

  • Striper fishing in New York after Hurricane Sandy brings Monte Burke of Forbes the assurance that, even after all of the destruction and loss the sea, after everything it has taken away, it can also give.
  • Migrating runs of salmon in Great Lake tributaries are polluting populations of fish upstream, says University of Notre Dame stream ecologist Gary Lamberti in a recent research study published in Environmental Science and Technology.
  • The Calico Syndicate, a group of fly fishing “mad scientists,” are developing innovative ways to sink flies deep. Learn more about their lines, techniques, and how to do it for yourself via their YouTube channel. Via Tim Romano & Field & Stream.