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Tippets: Smallmouth Flies, Tao of Filmmaking, Trout and State Lines

April 21, 2015 By: Erin Block

  • From poppers and damselflies to classics such as the Dahlberg Diver, Kip Vieth of Wildwood Float Trips runs down his list of the top ten patterns when fishing for smallmouth bass.
  • In a recent article on Trello, Lauren Moon writes about the fly fishing film “Yow: Icelandic for Yes!” Filmmaker RC Cone provides interesting insight on the driving ideas and making of the film.
  • State water laws affect trout populations and habitat. But “trout don’t know their native movement skirts state law and yet, those laws make all the difference,” writes Brian Boomer. His recent piece on Hatch Magazine features California’s Truckee River, its fishery, and effects downstream and across state lines.