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Latest Conservation Articles

Survive and Thrive: Patagonia Incites Wild Fish Activism

To survive, our irreplaceable wild fish need clean...

States Defying the Federal ESA: Bad Science and Bad Politics

Editor’s Note: This is the seventh article in our series...

Daniel Webster’s Trout: Preserving and Restoring the Nation’s Fabled Sea-Run Brook Trout

Editor’s Note: This is the sixth article in our series on...

Private Stocking: A Public Problem

Editor's Note: This is the fifth article in our series on...

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Trout: What's In a Name?

Editor's Note: This is the fourth article in our series on fly fishing conservation.  This series appears with the...

Daily Bag Limits on Trout: What the Numbers Tell Us

Editor's Note: This is the third article in our series on fly fishing conservation.  This series appears with the...

Last Call: Saving the Nation’s Atlantic Salmon from Extinction

Editor's Note: This is the second article in our series on fly fishing conservation.  This series appears with the...

Salmon: "When It Was Working"

Rain forests are generally thought of as tropical, but there are also temperate-climate rain forests. The largest...

Fly Fishing Conservation: "Beyond Data"

Editor's Note: This week we introduce a new series on fly fishing conservation.  First, we look at studies and...

Fish, Fish, Fish: The Number One Threat to Native Trout

While much of our emphasis is on habitat, nonnative fish are arguably the biggest threat to our native trout today...

Nonnative Trout: Where We Went Wrong

While once viewed, and rightly so, as the best steward of the resource in the sporting community, can trout fishers...

Fly Fishing for Fossils

There are no giant barracuda in Hawaii. At least that’s what the passing ocean kayaker yelled as I battled a...