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Tippets: Fishing Against Wind, Hierarchy of Trout, Low-water Salmon

May 2, 2016 By: Erin Block

  • Spring brings great fishing opportunities, but it also brings early season winds. Luke Lowery of The Tackle Shop offers suggestions for gear and techniques for finding success on the water.
  • Domenick Swentosky writes about the hierarchy of trout in Pennsylvania in this recent article. “It’s part of human nature to categorize,” he writes. “We place a value on everything — this is better than that; I like this more than that. Simple judgments.” Read more on wild vs. stocked via Troutbitten.
  • Salmon and steelhead can become dormant in low or warm water. But in an article on Fly Fisherman, Simon Gawesworth details flies and techniques to use to catch these fish.