Tippets: Spotting Trout, Colorado River Delta, Predatory Pike

March 10, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • In many cases, success on the water depends on your ability to read the water and locate where the fish are holding. Ed Engle gives some tips for observation in the Lone Angler Journal.
  • Due to diversions and dams, the Colorado River has not reached the sea since 1960. But in a new agreement between the U.S. and Mexico, each country “will send a modest volume of water into the Colorado River Delta in the form of a temporary ‘pulse flow,’ which will mimic the natural spring floods that once nourished the delta.” Via National Geographic.
  • Some recent footage from Scott Lake Lodge, which sits on the border of Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories, shows the predatory instincts of pike up close.