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Fly-fishing's Future

Fly-fishing's Future

Author: Hugh Bollinger/Thursday, February 13, 2020/Categories: natural history, wildlife conservation, video, sustainability, art and design, environment, adventure , climate change

                                       Firehole River, Wyoming (credit: Wikipedia)

Fly-fishing is both a sport and art form. You are constantly trying to perfect a cast or select just the best fly to entice a trout, steelhead, or bonefish. The practice requirs keen knowledge of locale, insects, and season, and while weather conditions add complicating layers to the challenge. Fishing on clean, free-flowing waters is necessary to sustain fish and can be some of the best time spent in any environment.

The conservation group American Rivers has produced Living Rivers on why maintaining and restoring river health should be important to everyone. The commentary shows why the great western writer Norman Maclean once said:

"I am haunted by waters."

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