Monthly Archives: September 2011

Salazar is Badly Mistaken about Estuary Situation   Delta advocates say Salazar is ‘badly mistaken’ about estuary situation    by Dan Bacher    On September 19, U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar claimed that Delta advocates’ fears of a “water grab” by corporate interests were … Continue reading

Posted in Conservation, News

Rod Harrison’s Braid & Gelspun SUPERLINES

Rod Harrison’s Braid & Gelspun Superlines “If you are using the modern braided lines (gel spun Polyethylene – also called GsP around the world) with your light tackle you need this book… ” Lefty Kreh “No one is better qualified … Continue reading

Posted in Books & Media, Hot and New

Albright Fishing Products – Lou Tabory’s Tip of the Month

  Lou Tabory’s TIP OF THE MONTH   September-Blitz/September 2011Northeast and mid Atlantic anglers look forward to fall. Stripers and blues begin to feed actively and bonito and false albacore feed on top all day long. The major attraction is … Continue reading

Posted in Authors, Lou Tabory, Tackle and Techniques Magazine

Great Fly Fishing in Northern Sweden by Jeroen Schoondergang

  Byskeälven and Tjärnheden, two fly fishing gems in northern Sweden By Jeroen Schoondergang Anyone who is willing to venture into the northern Wilderness of Sweden can expect to find some genuine fly fishing gems. The salmon river Byskeälven and … Continue reading

Posted in Authors, Fly Fishing Destinations, Jeroen Schoondergang, Tackle and Techniques Magazine, Trip Reports

Spring Creek 8′ Stillwater Classic – Hot!

Spring Creek Prams 8′ Stillwater Classic   “I’ve fished out of both metal and fiberglass  prams for more than 50 years; and while I now fish from a welded aluminum pram I’ve also fished from a Sprink Creek Stillwater Classic.  … Continue reading

Posted in Hot and New, Water Crafts