Story: Use Your Map!

This is a great story from Justin Pickett over at Gink & Gasoline, about the need to use your map while you’re out fishing and exploring. It’s a fun read about an adventure he had trying to find a lake in Patagonia. You can read the story here. The post Story: Use Your Map! appeared first on […]

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Now or Never for Columbia Basin Steelhead

The perils that face steelhead and salmon in the Columbia River basin aren’t new to anglers. This story by Rich Simms and Greg Fitz, though, helps put it all in context. If you’ve been curious about exactly how much trouble these fish are in, you need to read this story. The post Now or Never […]

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Daiichi Unveils New Brand Identity

One of the bigger events at the 2022 International Fly Tackle Dealer (IFTD) show was Daiichi unveiling their new brand identity. Daiichi is a brand many fly tiers are familiar with. The company is moving in some new, exciting directions. The photo above is the brand’s new logo, and you’ll see similar updated messaging throughout […]

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Billfish Royal Slam on the Fly

Catching any billfish – marlin and sailfish are two examples – on a fly rod is an achievement. Catching all nine species in less than a year, though? That’s astounding. And it was recently accomplished by Jeremy Block, as detailed in this wonderful story from Fly Fisherman Magazine.  The post Billfish Royal Slam on the Fly […]

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FFI Online Fly Fishing Workshops: Week 2

Fly Fishers International is hosting another season of their online Fly Fishing Workshops, where you can hone your skills from home. This upcoming week’s class features a presentation from Molly Semenik. She’ll cover spey fishing, going over everything anglers need to know about this style of fly fishing. You can attend and add the event […]

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Maine Announces Brook Trout Habitat Protections

The state of Maine just unveiled new conservation projects that will protect some of the last remaining Eastern brook trout habitat in the United States. These projects have the green light and should start this year. To read more about the habitat protections, click here. The post Maine Announces Brook Trout Habitat Protections appeared first […]

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These Are The Jobs That Will Cost You The Most Sleep When it is required to evaluate wellness as well as especially work-related wellness rest is typically ignored, Shockey described. To come up with the positions, the CDC assessed study reactions from 179,621 workers in 29 countries that reported exactly how much rest they commonly […]

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Cease Crabbing: Obama Makes Major No-go Zone For Fishermen I…

Cease Crabbing: Obama Makes Major No-go Zone For Fishermen In The Atlantic In a press launch, the Atlantic Offshore Lobstermens Association proclaimed that We discover it wretched that the federal government is kicking the residential angling fleet out of a location where they sustainably gather healthy and balanced fish supplies. Ray Hilborn, a fisheries researcher […]

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Nonnative Trout Taking Over Montana

The Washington Post recently published a story about climate change’s impacts on fisheries in Montana. Specifically, the story looked at how climate change is diminishing the habitat available for native trout – like Westslope cutthroat and bull trout – but increasing habitat for the nonnative brown and rainbow trout. The Post’s headline on their story is misleading, as it […]

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