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Tippets: Budget Tying, Stream Punctuation, Giant Yellowstone Cutthroat Caught in Idaho

May 7, 2016 By: Erin Block

  • Tying your own flies is often thought to be more economical than buying. However, materials costs add up quickly. Alan Bulmer outlines tips for tying on a tight budget in a recent article on Active Angling New Zealand.
  • Matthew Copeland writes about the beauty and mystery of reading water in a recent post on Stalking the Seam. “But like the imperfect sentence that almost conveys an elusive bit of truth, this particular run can’t be left alone.”
  • Angler Cyndle Clift landed a Yellowstone cutthroat trout that was double the size of what is considered big for that species. The fish measured 28 inches and weighed an estimated 7.9 pounds, and was caught in the South Fork of the Snake River in Idaho. Via GrindTV.