Female Fly Fishers And The Flat River is a celebration of increasing female participation in fishing and the return of a lovely RI river, freed from her stone confines. Trout Unlimited is all over us this week and I’m glad to have them.
End of the New England summer means RI ‘Tog, Bass and Sharks so we give you a look at all of them this week. And, a visit from Ralph Craft who invites you to his RI Tog tourney, John Dodd talks Atlantic White Sharks in Rhode Island and Australia and our friend Mike Woods talks about Back Country Hunters & Anglers helping assemble striped bass data.
We are a terribly divided country just now and some will quickly argue about how much so. This is a fine time to seek out and enjoy some Maine camps and guides. Both can transport us to a slower time and remind us we are a strong country, built on skills and l labors and abilities to listen to others.
Steven Hawley’s “Cracked The Future of Dams In A Hot, Chaotic World” chronicles our dam building history and how it’s time to free our rivers. Every page is a gift if you care about wild waters, trickling tributaries or appreciating nature left in peace.