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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is considering introducing westslope cutthroat trout to Camas Lake and Big Camas Creek. Prior to stocking rotenone would be used to remove the Yellowstone cutthroat that currently reside in the lakes. LINK (via: The Missoulian)
Lord help us. LINK
Photo: Joshua Doubek As ExxonMobil’s CEO, it’s Rex Tillerson’s job to promote the hydraulic fracturing enabling the recent oil and gas boom, and fight regulatory oversight. The oil company is the biggest natural gas producer in the U.S.,...Show More Summary
Live at The Lion’s Share, San Anselmo, CA; August 8, 1971. Excellent soundboard. Domino, Moonshine Whiskey and Tupelo Honey embedded below.
Dry fly fishing for trout, Norway.
Communities in 18 states, working in partnership with non-profit organizations and state and federal agencies, removed 51 dams in 2013. Outdated or unsafe dams came out of rivers in Alabama, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Maine,...Show More Summary
Bill Schaadt was one of the most prolific anglers and unique individuals to ever cast a fly line in California's North Coast rivers. Arguably one of the greatest anglers that ever lived, Bill was a legend long before he passed away in...Show More Summary
Most mayflies lay their eggs immediately after mating; the eggs then take anywhere from 10 days to many months to hatch. Cloeon cognatum is an exception. This species is ovoviviparous, which means that a mated female holds her eggs internally...Show More Summary
The Chum Nation has spoken and when it was all said and done, it was literally a "photo finish". In its 4th season, 2013's Slab of the Year was (sans July) nearly unanimous. That said, here are the winners: First Place: Lucas Young -...Show More Summary
A simple, performance driven waterproof pack for any outdoor activity that offers extreme weather protection.
Just like Pyramid Lake, except you get eaten if you fall off your ladder.
Another helpful tip from Deneki Outdoors.
In the meantime, voting for the January 2014 Slab of the Month closes end of day today. VOTE NOW!
Photo: Tim Pask Bob Triggs won't be guiding anyone for winter run steelhead on the Olympic Peninsula any more. The rest of the world needs to wake up before it's too late. I stand with Bob, we'll see you in BC next fall. LINK