Posted on March 17 2016
- The American Museum of Fly Fishing has announced that Ted Turner will receive the 2016 Heritage Award. “Mr. Turner has become a force in preserving our national heritage through his extraordinary efforts in restoration and conservation,” says Karen Kaplan, President of the Board of Trustees. “His sense of environmental stewardship arose from his love for fly fishing, a unique sport that as connects much more than man to fish.” The Heritage Award event will be held May 12, 2016 at the museum in Manchester, Vermont. Via AMFF.
- Jon Cave outlines what makes a good casting grip in a recent post via Sage. Read more here about the thumb-on-top (TOT) grip and how it can help your cast.
- The Arctic char is one of the most stunning game fish, and well worth the travels to get to its northern homewaters. Phil Monahan writes about the range and biology as well as tactics for fishing for Salvelinus alpinus erythrinus, in a recent post via Orvis.