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Climate change puts a different spin on fly fishing for once skeptical anglers

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“When you spend a lot of time outdoors, and you do it over decades, you start to see a pattern, and you can count on those things happening over and over again at approximately the same time (of year),” said Todd Tanner, a Montana resident who has been fishing for more than 55 years. “Anyone who has been fly fishing for a decade or longer has seen the impacts of climate on our fisheries.”

They see , heavier rains and natural events that have become more unpredictable, if they happen at all, said Tanner, founder of Conservation Hawks, a group seeking action on to preserve hunting and fishing.

 

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