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Tippets: Clark Fork Revival, Bonefish for Beginners, Size Matters

March 26, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • After more than a century of lifelessness due to mine tailings, the headwaters of the Clark Fork River could soon become a popular fishing destination after restoration efforts have been successful, reports Rob Chaney in The Missoulian.
  • Chris Clayton highlights advice of Tom Rosenbauer for chasing bonefish for beginners, touching everything from gear to where and when to go. Via Outside Online.
  • Small hydropower dams have been promoted as being more environmentally friendly than those larger. However, Jeff Opperman, senior freshwater scientist with The Nature Conservancy, takes a hard look at evidence that might prove otherwise.