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Tippets: Tying the Bucktail Deceiver, How Rivers Change, Camo on the Water

April 2, 2016 By: Erin Block

  • Read a chapter excerpt from “Fleye Design: Techniques, Insights, Patterns,” the new book by Bob Popovics and Jay Nichols. The chapter outlines the history, evolutions, and tying instructions for the Bucktail Deceiver. Via Orvis.
  • Twenty-five years of satellite imagery shows how rivers change course. Data from the Ucayali River shows specifically how both neck cutoffs and chute cutoffs form. Via Sploid.
  • Particularly when fishing clear and low water flats, camouflage clothing can help improve your success on the water. Alan Bulmer writes about his experience with matching different camo patterns to situations in a recent article via Active Angling New Zealand.