Posted on November 24 2015
- Veteran of the U.S. Navy Chad Brown talks to Jo Fidgen on the Outlook Podcast from BBC World Service about how fly fishing changed (and saved) his life. Listen here.
- Because they don’t have lungs, insects have a unique way of breathing: with their entire body. Robert Krulwich and Aatish Bhatia, provide an in-depth explanation of how insects use oxygen, via Noticing.
- From the water to thoughts, Donny Richard writes about mindfulness that can help you both on and off the water. “The practice of catching and releasing our thoughts is not easy,” Richard writes. “Releasing them requires the same amount of skill, practice, and patience that we use to properly release a fish.”