Tippets: Gila Trout Recovery, Bonefish Stealth, Didymo Prevention

November 1, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • In May 2012, the Whitewater-Baldy forest fire in New Mexico devastated native Gila Trout populations. Yet for what destruction took place, new opportunities for this delicate trout population have come to the forefront. Read more about restoration efforts via Katie Mast on High Country News.
  • Bonefish are spooky, “maddeningly spooky,” writes Louis Cahill. And stealth being necessary, Cahill writes a detailed account of six steps to take to improve your odds of success on the flats.
  • Whether folks are talking about it or not, didymo is impacting water systems. Preventable to a large extent, anglers can help by cleaning their gear when changing watersheds. Find more information on the cause and well as solution on Maine Fly Fishing.