Deschutes River Closes to Summer Steelhead

Starting as early as June 1, closures for summer steelhead and salmon will be in place on the Deschutes River in Oregon. The closures are part of the fishery framework that helps fisheries managers protect the ever-diminishing returns of sea-run fish in the Columbia River Basin. You can read more about the closure here. The […]

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Redington Debuts New Trailblazer Rod

Redington’s all-new TRAILBLAZER is ready for anywhere you want to go because there are  no good reasons to leave your fly rod at home.   The TRAILBLAZER IS DESIGNED to fit into all your outdoor adventures—whether your rig is  packed to the gills with necessary provisions for a cross-country road trip or your backpack  can’t stash […]

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Aton Fishing 2 zadaniia pustoshi!

Zadaniia pustoshi gde i kak delat ‘! Learn more: www.youtube.com

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Oregon Votes To Continue Wild Steelhead Harvest

Despite fierce public backlash, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife voted 5-2 to adopt a new fisheries management plan that allows for the harvest of wild steelhead. With these fish already facing immense pressure from dozens of other threats, the decision to continue harvest of wild steelhead has left many in the fly fishing […]

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False Casting Is a Waste of Time

Long, graceful casts on empty rivers is the quintessential image of fly fishing for most anglers. But it’s also the least productive image, in the sense that you don’t catch many fish with your fly in the air. That’s the premise of Dom Swentosky’s latest opinion piece over at Troutbitten, where he details why false casting is […]

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Opinion: When to Move, When to Stay

Evan Jones, over at the Orvis Fly Fishing Blog, put together this interesting piece that asks expert anglers and guides their opinion on when you should move on from a particular fish or hole. Knowing when to move on or stay and wait out a fish or a run is something that’s tough to learn. […]

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Highly-respected sampling fish professional Tony Miles passe…

Stewart disclosed: aWhat a dreadful, dreadful evening. CAUGHT A BIG FISH OR GOT A News tale? Email information and also pictures specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc. Stewart disclosed: aWhat a terrible, terrible evening. CAUGHT A BIG FISH OR GOT A News tale? Email information and also images solely to: anglersmail @timeinc.

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Polices Taunted Black Veteran as He Died > Elliott Williams …

Polices Taunted Black Veteran as He Died > Elliott Williams invested the last 5 days of his life in a Tulsa County prison, paralyzed and also existing on the cool concrete flooring. Many of the scaries Williams sustained in the prison were recorded on the centers security video footage. In one court declaring for the […]

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Globe’s most prominent dame fishermen? My daddy educated me …

Globe’s most prominent dame fishermen? My daddy educated me exactly how to fish. I enjoy every facet of angling. CAUGHT A BIG FISH? My daddy showed me just how to fish. I enjoy every element of angling. It does not make a distinction being women or male. CAUGHT A BIG FISH?

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Fishing’s Solution for Ocean Pollution

This is an interesting article that appears to be a well-sourced, coherent argument in favor of a new solution to an age-old problem – ghost fishing. Joe McCarthy, in his recent article for Global Citizen, writes that “an estimated 640,000 metric tons of fishing gear gets lost in the ocean every year, left to capture whatever crosses […]

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