Tippets: Short Casts for Carp, Most Valuable Bug, Climate Change and Coldwater Species

June 7, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • In a recent instructional film, FFF Certified Casting Instructor and blogger at Salt396 Austin Orr gives a great overview of learning and improving your short casts. In this case, it’s for carp.
  • In tribute to one of the first hatches of spring, Neil Waugh writes about a day on the North Raven River and Alberta’s MVB (Most Valuable Bug, of course), the Blue Winged Olive.
  • A recently released study by researchers at the Center for Watershed Sciences at the University of California Davis outlines how species in California will be impacted by climate change. Especially at risk are coldwater fish such as the McCloud River redband trout and pink salmon.