Tippets: In Defense of Trout, Tracking Arapaima, Learning to Double Haul

February 2, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • Flirting with different species in pursuit of the newest, hippest thing, we often forget where we started, writes Louis Cahill, and for most of us, that was a trout stream.
  • Biologist Dr. Lesley de Souza is pioneering research in the jungles of Guyana, implanting the Jurassic arapaima with radio transmitters—an incredible experience she recounts via The New York Times.
  • Busting the myths that learning to double haul is too difficult, or for saltwater anglers only, Pete Kutzer explains the mechanics behind the casting technique in an informative video via the Orvis blog.