Tippets: Trying Terrestrials, Never Give Up, Moose Rescue, No Change in PTTS

June 11, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • Many of us save terrestrials for mid-summer, yet you might want to think about getting them out earlier, says Tom Rosenbauer of Orvis. “Unlike fish responding to a hatch, trout can be eating terrestrials and you’ll never notice.” So give them a try next time you’re out. 
  • Despite weather, gear, and other spring setbacks, Adam Hope details why you should never, ever give up: a personal best might be minutes away.
  • While the Big Hole River was running high and swift, a guide and client were able to rescue a moose calf from drowning after it attempted to cross after its mother. A happy reunion and extraordinary fishing story to return with.
  • While new precautions with weighing and measuring techniques were supposed to be implemented at the Professional Tarpon Tournament Series, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission law enforcement officers and Save the Tarpon show that changes have not taken place.