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Tippets: Fluctuating Water Levels, Small Stream Casting Technique, When Animals Attack

April 2, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • Researchers at Chicago’s Shed Aquarium are working to better understand the fluctuating water levels of the Great Lakes, urging: “Instead of fighting nature, we need to figure out better ways to comfortably live alongside its changes.” Via National Geographic.
  • On a small stream, one cast and one presentation can be all you get. To increase your odds of success, Kent Klewein demonstrates the “water haul” technique on Gink & Gasoline.
  • Always watch your back when on a river, and always be suspect of wildlife that seems too friendly, as an Odgen, Utah fly fisher found out this past week during a run-in with a fearless mule deer buck.