Category Archives: Conservation
The Tongass National Forest, a 17-million-acre temperate rainforest in Southeast Alaska, holds one of the world’s largest salmon fisheries. A group of tour operators, commercial, and sport fishermen recently traveled to Washington D.C. with a legislative proposal called “The Tongass … more
With cruise ships in Key West, Florida threatening tarpon populations, Will Benson and World Angling highlight the conservation issues at play in this film short. Via Jekyll Works.
Wild steelhead are facing tough times; highly sought-after, they are listed as endangered species in much of the west. This film features expert anglers, conservationists, and biologists, “with hope and solutions for a wild future.”
Emphasizing the importance of protecting redds, Paul Gaskell provides some incredible footage of the early life of a trout.
Recognizing the irony, Monte Burke proposes that radiation leeching into the waters by the Fukushima Nuclear Plant (and thus into sea life), could in fact help Bluefin tuna populations, whose numbers have plummeted in recent years due to over-harvesting. “Scientists … more