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Tippets: Respect for Whitefish, Mark Engler Profile, “River” Style

December 3, 2015 By: Erin Block

  • While they aren’t as glamorous as trout, “Whitefish deserve respect,” writes Kris Millgate. “They’re a river’s canary in a coal mine. Sure you laugh when you catch one, but you should cry when you don’t.” Read more via Hatch Magazine.
  • Mark Engler guides in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico and has a reputation as one of the best guides in the area. A recent video from Outside Online highlights his commitment to and passion for the sport.
  • The unmistakable style in the film “A River Runs Through It” is given a modern nod in a recent article by Eric Yang, where he takes a few key still shots and provides “modern interpretations of a squarely 1920s look.” Via Gear Patrol.