Photo by David A. Brown Throughout the Gulf of Mexico and Mid-Atlantic, speckled trout are one of the top nighttime targets. For much of the country, particularly southern states, soaring daytime temperatures make it tough to be on the water after mid morning. Show More Summary
Photo by Kevin Rogers/Colorado Parks & Wildlife A greenback cutthroat, similar to those in Hayden Creek. A Colorado wildfire that burned 16,500 acres has officials concerned about the survival of a “totally unique” family of endangered cutthroat trout. Show More Summary
High in the Bridger-Teton National Forest there is a creek that splits in two. If you were a trout, you could choose between swimming down one stream to the Pacific Ocean, or down the other to the Atlantic. The place is known as TwoShow More Summary
Watch “frisky fish feeding and fighting” in this underwater footage from River Snorkel.
Trout in our neck of the woods may behave a bit different than trout found in other areas of the world – Gorging on large meals like mice, sculpins, and salmon parts, as opposed to insects. However, the fact remains.. They’re still trout! That means that even though our trout love big, gaudy, nearly comical […]
Angler and award-winning author Thomas McGuane presented the talk “Does Fishing Mean Anything?” on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at the Museum of the Rockies Hager Auditorium as part of the MSU Library Trout & Salmonid Lecture Series. Trout are “emblematic …
Photo by Kirk Deeter The faster you can land a trout, the better. How you handle fish after you catch is critical to their survival. If you're going to be a catch-and-release angler, you must do it right. But science tells us that how...Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon Things have been a little slow here at Wired To Hunt lately, I’ve noticed it too, and I do apologize! Admittedly, big mountains and trout have kept some content on hold. But new articles, podcasts and videos...
Photo by Orlin Culture Shop Just when you think your luck on the water couldn’t get any worse, the “fishing” bank comes up big. We knew it was on with the first cast. Two brook trout came out of the water to flip, flop, and fight for the fly—a violent double strike that broke the stillness of a deep-woods Maine pond. Show More Summary
Photo by Dan Saelinger Old Guard: A box of classic wet flies ready for action. ? Wet-fly fishing is at least 2,000 years old and for centuries was the primary method for catching trout with the long rod. Yet with so many new-age patterns...Show More Summary
This guy's stinking up the joint and he has no idea. (Photo: Steve Snodgrass/CC BY 2.0) It's impossible to gaze at a magnificent underwater creature, like a dolphin or a trout, without pondering how it feels—to swim so fast, to dive so deep, to feel so comfortable in such as strange environment. Show More Summary
For the past 15 years, Montana’s rivers continue to break records for early snowmelts, too-warm water, and low flows. This is bad news for trout and opens doors for warmwater species such as bass. “What bass say about our rivers … more ?
Coming out of the All-Star break, Kris Bryant and Mike Trout lead the contenders on the odds to win league MVP awards at the sportsbooks. Kris Bryant leads the National League in home runs, and teammate Anthony Rizzo isn't far behind. Show More Summary
Mike Trout hit a three-run homer to help the Los Angeles Angels rally from four runs down and beat the Texas Rangers 9-5 Monday night.
Add Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim star Mike Trout to the list of those who've fallen prey to the Pokémon Go craze. Pedro Moura, the Angels beat writer for the L.A. Times,
The best player in baseball is also probably really good at Pokemon Go.
Mike Trout is the brightest superstar in Major League Baseball, so most of his premium cards are in high demand - so I don't feel completely out of the loop as far as collecting the guy [on the team I collect] is looking out for any 'oddball type' cards like this one I picked up for $5 from the Topps booth at MLB All-Star Fan Fest. Show More Summary
No matter how bad things get for the Angels this season—and they still look pretty grim despite a 1-0 win over the Chicago White Sox Saturday night—there is one very good reason for frustrated fans to come to the park: Mike Trout, the center fielder who is still in the early stages of what could...
Seeing is believing.
In Episode 4 of Redington’s Find Your Water series, anglers Drew and JP scramble up waterfalls and down steep hillsides in pursuit of spooky wild trout on nameless creeks.