Posted on January 26 2016
Many fly anglers are familiar with the attention placed (for better or worse) on wild steelhead. But there’s another native, sometimes andadromous, species on America’s other coast that’s equally alluring and interesting, aesthetically dynamic, and unfortunately, far more threatened. It turns out that all native brook trout are special wonders, but some are even more so. Ted Williams offers uncanny conscience and perspective on this matter in an online piece for The Nature Conservancy, and it’s worth taking 10 minutes of your day to check it out.