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A tiny fishing rod diverts inoperable tumour cells away from the brain and into a pool filled with a lethal drug.
A killer snapshot taken above Christmas Island by the GoPro on board Dr. Danylchuk's DJI quadcopter. I removed the curvature using the GoPro lens adjustment feature in Camera Raw 8.2. (Adobe Photoshop) Here is what the image looked like prior to making the lens profile correction.
An Evening with David Montgomery is a fundraiser in support of Save Our Wild Salmom's work to protect and restore wild salmon and steelhead, and the rivers and watersheds upon which they depend. When: Thursday, February 27 - 6:30 - 8:30...Show More Summary
Political ads touting Senator Begich's statements against Pebble appear to have been last summer or fall, months before his position was public. Not sure why anyone would try to make a big deal out of this but given the stakes involved...Show More Summary
Sean Tuttle has been creating one of a kind abstract metal wall art since 2004. LINK
The 1969 Soundboard Tapes Vol. 2 - Restored & Remastered Can't Explain, Summertime Blues and We're Not Going To Take It embedded below.
Do you need a suit with those waders? Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. has agreed to buy retailer Eddie Bauer for $825 million in cash and stock, the latest twist in an effort between Jos. A. Bank and Men's Wearhouse Inc. to buy each other. LINK
Angling regulation proposals for the East Fork of the Lewis River will be discussed when the Steelhead Management Work Group meets at 1 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, 2108 Grand Blvd. So we're now back...Show More Summary
The owners of the Professional Tarpon Tournament Series and their Tampa attorney will be paying the legal bills of three Save The Tarpon Inc. directors after a Charlotte County Circuit Court judge slapped them with sanctions under a rarely-invoked state statute aimed at curbing so-called frivolous litigation. LINK (via: Save the Tarpon)
Army Corps - We've got our electric barrier and we're confident that it is doing the job to keep Asian carp out of Lake Michigan. U.S. Fish and Wildlife - What about this video that shows fish swimming past the electric barrier meant to keep Asian carp out of Lake Michigan? LINK (Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel)
Flowing across stark, dazzling tundra landscapes on Russia's remote Kamchatka Peninsula, a handful of rivers are home to Asia's only population of steelhead trout. A group of scientists and flyfishers follow their passions beyond the edge, in order to encounter, understand and protect this magnificent silver fish.
Place the winning bid on this one-of-a-kind Sage 13’, 7wt VT2 Spey rod and you'll fondly remember the can of whoop ass the Hawks opened on the Broncos every time you’re swinging a fly for steelhead. As an added bonus 100% of the proceeds go to the Wild Fish Conservancy to help support their work to protect, preserve, and restore the wild fish of the Pacific Northwest. LINK
Bill McMillan has been an inspiration to many steelhead anglers but more importantly an inspiration to many of us who fight on behalf wild steelhead. Todd Hirano speaks for all of us who have been inspired by Bill.
Sonya Pask managed to keep this redunkulous Christmas Island Yellowmargin triggerfish from running back to its coral castle.
Here is your primer on all things related to the Utah stream access battle courtesy of Trib Talk. Kris Olson of Utah Stream Access Coalition, Randy Parker of the Utah Farm Bureau, and Tribune outdoor editor and environmental reporter Brett Prettyman join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to discuss balancing public access with private property rights.