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Tippets: Industry Inside, Nymphing Rigs, Snake River Salmon Recovery

December 22, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Tom Sadler has worn many hats in the fly fishing industry. And now as director of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, he is leading outdoor communicators through a new digital publishing world. Recently, he sat down for an interview with Phil Monahan on the Orvis blog, to talk about everything from career changes to tenkara.
  • From knots to tippet length, Ed Engle presents a good tutorial on rigging nymphs for winter fishing. Read more on Lone Angler Journal.
  • New research reveals that endangered Snake River sockeye salmon populations are recovering and regaining the anadromous instincts of their wild ancestors. “With only a handful of remaining fish, biologists brought the best genetic science to bear and the region lent its lasting support. Now there is real potential that this species will be self-sustaining again,” says Will Stelle, Administrator of NOAA Fisheries’ West Coast Region. Via The Fishing Wire.