Author Archives: Erin Block
Flyfisher’s Guide to Eastern Trophy Tailwaters by Tom Gilmore is a book with detailed information on fishing waters such as the Upper Connecticut, Deerfield, Housatonic, Gunpowder, South Holston, Watauga, Tuckasegee, Chattahoochee and more. It contains everything from regulations and river characteristics, … more
As a result of noticeably declining barracuda population numbers, Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, KeysKeeper and the Lower Keys Guides Association have joined together in urging the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to improve barracuda regulations and conduct a barracuda … more
This short film features beautiful footage of fly fishing in Denmark. Via The Half Norwegians.
Trout Unlimited has announced the launch of a Wild Steelhead Initiative, an ambitious project to protect and restore wild steelhead fisheries throughout their native range in Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. The new conservation community, Wild Steelheaders United, will … more
Russia’s remote Yokanga River is the setting for this footage of an angling destination with incredible landscape and fish.
Google has teamed up with mapping company SkyTruth and marine-advocacy group Oceana to develop a tool called “Global Fishing Watch.” By mapping commercial fishing boat locations, it is hoped this technology will help monitor illegal fishing activity. Even a misplaced … more
Hugh Jackman stars in a new play which centers around a man’s relationship with two women, set against the backdrop of a fly-fishing trip. “The River,” will run at the Circle on the Square theatre in New York. Via The Independent. Operators … more
Breaking large bodies of water into smaller segments is the difference between good fly fishing and great fly fishing. Kirk Deeter writes about several strategies for doing so in a recent article on Field & Stream’s Fly Talk blog. “Micro adjustments … more
The Henry’s Fork Foundation had made available posters of an original oil painting by Dave Hall entitled “Early Morning on the Upper Henry’s Fork.” All profits go to benefit the conservation efforts of the foundation. Read more in the press … more