{"pos":"top","cat":"tippets","type":"article","format":"default"}

Tippets: Book Reviews, Steelhead in the Salmon River, Skull Evolution and Diversity

January 2, 2015 By: Erin Block

  • From Maclean to Hemingway and Kirk Deeter to Geoff Mueller, don’t miss reading some amusing reviews of fly-fishing literature, via Moldy Chum.
  • Steelhead in the Salmon River, a tributary of Lake Ontario, have been dying off due to a yet-to-be-determined cause. Aquatic biologists and research scientists are working to figure out what that something is. Read more on The Democrat & Chronicle.
  • In the change from suction to biting, fish formed a vast array of skull diversity. In new research, scientists are studying eel skulls to track this evolution. Via Science Daily.