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Latest Conservation Articles

Daily Bag Limits on Trout: What the Numbers Tell Us

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

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

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

Salmon: "When It Was Working"

Rain forests are generally thought of as tropical, but...

Fly Fishing Conservation: "Beyond Data"

Editor's Note: This week we introduce a new series on fly...

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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...

"Connected"

I spent just over the first half of my life in the mountains of Maine and Vermont. Where ever I was, I always felt a...

Interview: Bob Mallard of Native Fish Coalition

MIDCURRENT's publisher, Marshall Cutchin, recently had a chance to sit down with Bob Mallard, a founding member and...

"Beef Up the Bunker Numbers"

While we drift-fished for spotted seatrout, the sound came from astern, not unlike the tearing of newsprint. I cocked...

Future of Chicago’s Historic Lincoln Park Casting Pier in Question

Chicagoans zipping along Lake Shore Drive may not realize that they’re just a few double hauls away from an important...