Historic Flooding Closes Yellowstone

Historic flooding along the Yellowstone River basin has closed portions Yellowstone National Park indefinitely. The entire park is tentatively closed until June 19, which is what park officials say is the earliest date the southern end of Yellowstone might open. Entire portions of the road between Mammoth Hot Springs – located in the northern end […]

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10 Tips for Fishing Silver Creek

If you’ve fly fished, you’ve likely heard of Idaho’s famous Silver Creek. It’s one of the best fisheries in the world. It’s also one of the most challenging. That’s why this piece in Fly Fisherman Magazine is worth a read for all of us. You’ll find some spectacular tips on fishing Silver Creek. Read it in full […]

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Chub Vantage Bivvy wins Angler’s Mail honor

Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard chose the finest items captured his eye throughout 2016.

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Starving Seagull Turns Orange After Incident With A Curry I …

Starving Seagull Turns Orange After Incident With A Curry I can not remember ever before thinking about a seagull feather-dresser, as well as so they are all stick with the common white-grey show up. This seagull, at the very least, will certainly be standing out amongst his peers after dropping right into a huge barrel […]

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The catastrophe took place at respected carp fishery Broadlands, near Southampton in Hampshire. GOT SOME NEWS OR CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information and also images specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc. The disaster took place at respected carp fishery Broadlands, near Southampton in Hampshire. GOT SOME NEWS OR CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information as well […]

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Opinion: “In Defense of Counting Fish”

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has put together another wonderful opinion piece, this time on the topic of counting fish. I think all of us, at some level, keep track of the number of fish we catch each time on the water. That’s just a natural byproduct of fishing. What Dom argues, though, is how we can […]

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EPA Announces Bristol Bay Timeframe

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) just released a timeframe for determining the next steps needed to protect Bristol Bay under the authority of the Clean Water Act. This is a major step forward in ensuring that Bristol Bay remains the world’s largest reserve of wild sockeye salmon. Read more about the timeframe here. The post […]

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Why Bass? Reflecting on America’s Favorite Fish

It’s no secret that, even with as fervently as us fly anglers love trout, bass are still the most popular gamefish in the United States. Even with the proliferation of the rainbow trout, bass still have a sizeable lead in the popularity contest here in America. How did that come to be? And perhaps more […]

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Female’s body observed linked to concrete block in Pennsylva…

Female’s body observed linked to concrete block in Pennsylvania fish pond|Fox News Chester County authorities stated a person reported make sure a body in the fish pond near Pigeon Creek in East Coventry Township Monday early morning. Regretfully, individual tossed this female away like an item of trash, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan stated […]

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