Take the Tom Rosenbauer Fly Fishing Trivia Challenge for 12-17-10

Take the Tom Rosenbauer Fly Fishing Trivia Challenge

My quiz this week features questions on steelhead, tippet, fly tying, tarpon and insects. Let’s see what you got. Once you get your final score, come back and tell me how well you did in the comments.
Click the link below and good luck!


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In the Loop 12.17.10


A beautiful new fly-fishing photography blog called FocalFish collects and posts images “shot by fly fishing guides who would almost rather be taking photos than guiding.”

fish icon The Young Guns Fly Club, a new not-for-profit organization based in Vancouver, BC, has been launched to help introduce more kids to fly fishing. . .

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Proving the Value of Marine Reserves

Here’s a great video about how a no-take marine reserve in Glover’s Reef Atoll, off the coast of Belize, offers evidence that such sanctuaries can help keep the surrounding reef and waters healthier.

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Exotic Film Fest!

It’s been snowing all week here in Southern Vermont, which has me pining for warmer temperatures and fish-filled waters. What better way to shake off the early-winter blues than with some video of exotic species in far-off lands? We start with golden dorado in the wilds. . .

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Almost, but Not Quite Right

Fly fishing has entered the public consciousness in many ways in recent years, especially in advertisements. Here’s a new television ad for a Canadian lottery game called Lotto 6/49. It shows a bunch of guys enjoying the good life on the river after they. . .

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Sacramento River Basin Project Update

For one of our 2010 Conservation Efforts, Orvis teamed with American Rivers to help restore trout-spawning habitat in California’s Sacramento River Basin. Outdated flood and water-management systems have resulted in the loss of important meadow wetlands that purify and store water and the watershed. . .

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The Great Lakes Under Siege

ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” did an excellent segment on the threats posed by Asian carp to Great Lakes fisheries. Although only bass-and-walleye types are interviewed here, it’s clear that salmon, trout, and steelhead populations would be gravely affected if the voracious carp. . .

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