Tippets: Pop Into the Game, Nuclear Great Lakes, Casting Verbiage, Flooding on the Colorado

November 7, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • Popping a skating fly can be a good way to search for steelhead, explains Al Buhr, as it is extremely effective in getting a fish to boil.” Buhr explains the method to this technique on The Current from Sage.
  • Four nuclear power plants on the shores of the Great Lakes have ranked at the top nationwide for safety violations.  “Some violations have resulted in radioactive water being discharged into the Great Lakes and the air,” reports Jeff Alexander on All Things Great Lakes.
  • From familiar terms to new or perhaps forgotten, brush up on your casting verbiage via The Limp Cobra.
  • Experimental flooding from Lake Powell into the Colorado River was predicted to promote habitat for native fish. However, as Sarah Jane Keller writes in Adventure Journal, things haven’t worked out as originally forecast.