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A very informative presentation from John McMillan on the importance of life history diversity for the recovery and management of wild steelhead.
One of the authors of a new plan to save the threatened bull Trout in Montana says that’s not an easy task, nor is measuring what it will take to get the fish off of the endangered species list. LINK (via: Montana Public Radio)
A new study launched last month by University of Massachusetts Amherst fisheries biologist Andy J. Danylchuk, in collaboration with Argentina’s Ministry of Environment and regional partners including Juramento Fly Fishing, Tigres del...Show More Summary
A decision due this month by the state Department of Natural Resources on water rights for salmon streams or a coal mine at Upper Cook Inlet has been delayed until after an August hearing. At issue is competing claims filed in 2009 by...Show More Summary
CalTrout and Keith Brauneis Productions are producing a short film about the Smith that will raise awareness of this Wild and Scenic river, its steelhead, its history, and its current plight. They've launched an Indiegogo campaign to help raise funds for production. Please donate and help save the Smith River.
Syzygy Fly Fishing promotes the writers and artists who put words and images to those moments in fly fishing we find difficult to otherwise relate. LINK
The 2015 edition of the Hatch Magazine Fly Fishing Photo Contest is their biggest and best ever. LINK
GT mayhem at Cosmoledo and Astove with the Alphonse Fishing Crew.
Some are calling on Greenland to scrap its commercial factory salmon fishery as part of a multinational effort to protect the stock that migrates north to feeding grounds off its west coast from rivers in Canada, the States and other...Show More Summary
The Borski Classic Redfish.
Boats, beachgoers, fish and whales can all be seen in these aerial shots of Cape Cod. The expansive wetlands, various ponds and busy harbors of the Cape are also visible. LINK (via:CapeCod.com)
Don't be fooled by the public relations spin. H.R. 1335, the so-called Strengthening Fishing Communities and Increasing Flexibility in Fisheries Management Act, is bad for fish and bad for fisherman. How bad is it? “If the President were presented with H.R. Show More Summary
Another day, another Pebble beat down. The Alsaka Supreme Court unanimously overturned a 2011 ruling in a case that challenged whether the DNR permits issued for exploratory work at the Pebble site should have included some public notice. LINK (via: Alaskas Public Media)
Skagit guru and Steelhead guide Mike McCune talking about his new love for two-handed trout fishing, and some insight on the new Sage ultra-light 2 Handers and RIO Trout Skagit lines he has been working on over the last few years. Both will be introduced later this summer (2015).
Lemon Shark vs. Bonefish After releasing a Bonefish in waist deep water, a ~4 foot Lemon Shark came charging towards... Posted by Jay Fleming, Photographer on Friday, May 8, 2015
Otter Fishing has been a long-standing tradition in Bangladesh. For centuries, fishermen have been using trained otters to lure fish into their nets – a unique technique passed on from father to son that has long died out in other parts of Asia. Show More Summary
MLBO captured a different view of a dry-fly take by a native Yellowstone Cutthroat trout in YNP.
Nathaniel Linville from the Angling Company, goes over how to make a IGFA tarpon tournament leader.