Tippets: Flyanthropy, Pikeminnows Move Up the Colorado, Fly Fishing Life Hacks

September 18, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Flyanthropy flies from Innate Fly Fishing Company use high-quality materials to tie flies to extremely high standards, while providing high paying jobs and benefits to the community of Trat, Thailand. See more about where and how to support and order flies at the Innate Fly Fishing website.
  • A Colorado pikeminnow has become the first of its species to make its way up the Grand Valley fish passage ladder on the Colorado River. “The efforts we have put in to provide passage for this species in the Colorado River upstream of Grand Junction have not been in vain.” Says said Dale Ryden, project leader for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Colorado River Fishery Project.
  • From totes and trays to brooms and bags, Louis Cahill lists 10 inexpensive fly fishing gear “life hacks” you can get at your nearest Home Depot. Via Gink & Gasoline.