Category Archives: Conservation
The Back Forty mine is a proposed sulfide mine 150ft from the banks of Wisconsin’s Menominee River. In this video, Tim Landwehr of Tight Lines Fly Fishing Co. talks about the impact this mine would have on the health of …
The Department of the Interior is currently reviewing national monuments designated since 1996, which could lead to a cut in protected areas. Some monuments under review contain important coldwater fisheries and access for anglers. Take action here to voice your … more
Sharks are apex predators and vital to the health of ocean ecosystems. Costa has teamed up with shark attack survivors and OCEARCH “to show that we don’t fear the fin—we fear a world without them.”
Tippets: Windy Gap Project Confirmed for Colorado River, Montanore Mine Approval Overturned, Fracking on Public Land
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers has issued a decision approving the Windy Gap Firming Project, which will include building the first major new dam and diversion on the Colorado River in decades. This decision comes “at a time when … more
President Trump and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt have removed barriers that were preventing the Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay. In this short film, Mark Titus, director of “The Breach,” urges anglers to act in response. Call EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt …
Tippets: The Future of Salmon and Dams, Yellowstone Considering Ban on Felt, Napa Vineyards and Habitat Destruction
Despite court cases and removal of dams, “the future of Idaho’s salmon remains as uncertain today as in the 1990s when they were protected by the nation’s most powerful environmental law,” writes Rocky Barker. He embarks on a new series … more
In promotion of its new film, Conservation Hawks has announced a giveaway that includes 10 fly fishing trips as well as outdoor gear items. Read more in the press release below.
80% of seagrass in the Everglades has now been lost. This film from Yeti features what fishing guides and Captains for Clean Water are doing about it.
Vail Valley Anglers has announced that it is the first fly fishing shop and guide service in the Colorado Rocky Mountains to be certified “Actively Green” by the Walking Mountains Science Center. Read more in the press release below.