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With snow still on the ground, small streams begin to open and the folks at Fly Fishing Adventures find some beautiful browns.
From salt to freshwater, east to west, Monte Burke highlights the top ten fly fishing states in the U.S. The Backstabber Carp Fly “should be as ubiquitous as the Clouser minnow, or the wooly bugger,” writes Chris at Missouri Flies, … more
The Outdoor Writers Association of America has announced the appointment of Tom Sadler as new executive director. “This era requires that we adapt to an ever-changing media landscape in order to best serve our existing membership and attract new members,” … more
Check out smooth shots of streamer fishing on Michigan’s Au Sable in this film short for the full-length feature, coming spring 2014.
Dedicated conservationist, guide, Turneffe Flats owner Craig Hayes has been instrumental in lobbying for marine reserves as well as catch-and-release fishing in Belize. His perseverance and passion for the sport was recognized with Hayes being named angler of the year … more
With leaves in the water and some still on the trees, here’s some impressive footage from The Marble Trout of fall fishing for steelhead in upper New York State.
Dedicated to science, research, and conservation of the Pacific Northwest’s ecosystems, the Wild Fish Conservancy has announced their annual principal fundraising event, the Wild Fish Soirée & Benefit Auction. Set to take place on Friday November 2, 2012, the evening … more
Tippets: Sporting Presidents, Dams and Development, How to Make Your Own Boat Box, Google Goes Backcountry
In honor of the election year, Sportsmans Channel has compiled a list of the Great Eight “Sportsman” U.S. Presidents. Including photographs and brief biographies, the list proves and interesting and worthy read, reflecting back on a shared legacy. At the … more
Following the longest undammed river in the contiguous United States, “Where the Yellowstone Goes” is the story about life surrounding one of our greatest rivers. “It explores some serious conservation issues along with great fishing, but ultimately is about each … more