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Tippets: Declining Insect Populations Threaten Ecosystems, Fish Pregnancy and Swimming Speed

According to a global scientific review published in the journal Biological Conservation, the world’s insect populations are in severe decline, posing catastrophic consequences for ecosystems. Declining insect populations poses a great threat to trout populations as well, as Caddisfly, Mayflies, and Stoneflies are species reported to have declined over the

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RIO Releases New Creek Line

RIO Products has announced the release of the new Creek Line, designed specifically for fishing small creeks, streams and brooks. Read more in the press release below. RIO Releases New Creek Line FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (February 1, 2019) – RIO, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders, tippets, accessories and more for anglers the

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Meet the Artist: Lance Boen

Lance Boen in an artist based in Carmel Valley, California. He is known for his work creating leather fish sculptures and the surreal murals that are tooled and painted on the sculptures surface. You can meet Boen and view some of his sculptures at a Meet the Artist event, set

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Tippets: Pacific Salmon Explorer Site, Wonders of Wedlands, New Conservation Measures Proposed for Striped Bass

The Salmon Watersheds Program of the Pacific Salmon Foundation has created a website, the Pacific Salmon Explorer Site, which is an interactive tool focusing on various factors affecting salmon and watershed health in British Columbia. Wetlands play an integral part in an ecosystem, “from buffering coasts against floods to filtering water

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