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5 Things To Consider When Choosing Best Fly Line for Trout
- Rod and reel specifications. When choosing trout fly fishing lines, a simple approach is to match the line weight to the weight of the reel to ensure the best balance and accuracy.
- The size of the fly and the size of the fish. Once you’ve paired the line weight to your rod and reel, consider adjusting further based on both of these variables.
- The type of fly you’re using. Fly type will help determine whether you should opt for a floating or sinking line. Floating line, considered by many as the overall best fly line for trout, is preferred when throwing dry flies, but it can also be used with some wet flies. Streamers work best with sinking line.
- Performance needs. Casting a far distance? Need a stealthy, unintrusive presentation to lure spooky fish? The taper of the fly line can help you here and there are five taper design categories to choose from. Read more about those here.
- Additional features. With proper planning, features such as line color, length and even temperature control can help enhance your fishing experience and success.
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Mexican Gray Wolf Update – August 2020
CURRENT POPULATION STATUS
At the end of August, there were 37 named wolf packs (18 in AZ and 19 in NM) and 6 single collared wolves. There were 87 wolves with functioning radio collars that the IFT was actively monitoring. Not all of the wolves in the population are collared. Studbook numbers following individual pack names below denote wolves with functioning radio collars.
In August, the IFT documented m1911 of the Bear Canyon Pack dead in Arizona. The incident is under investigation. From January 1 to August 31, 2020, the IFT has documented 17 wolf mortalities.
During the month of August, there were eight confirmed wolf depredation incidents on livestock, no probable wolf depredations, one livestock injured by wolves and two investigations with determinations pending review. There was one nuisance incident investigated in August. From January 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020, there have been a total of 86 depredation incidents in New Mexico and a total of 40 depredation incidents in Arizona.
REWARDS OFFERED The USFWS is offering a reward of up to $10,000; the AZGFD Operation Game Thief is offering a reward of up to $1,000; and the NMDGF is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the conviction of the individual(s) responsible for the shooting deaths of Mexican wolves. A variety of non-governmental organizations and private individuals have pledged additional funding for a total reward amount of up to $37,000, depending on the information provided.
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