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Tippets: Variation on a Dropper, Images from Colorado River Flooding, Fly Art

January 4, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • If you fish a dry dropper, especially for large and aggressive species, give a look at the alternative rigging presented by Ty Goodwin on Fine Water Fly Fishing, of Curtis Owens tying a dropper loop variation.
  • Photographs taken by the U.S. Geological Survey after the man-made floods in the Grand Canyon show early measures of success for the Colorado River.
  • New Zealand art fans show their appreciation for fly fishing as well, choosing the fly watercolor by Michael Scheele for the people’s choice award at the Southland Art Society.