Fly Fishing Conservation
"AMONG THE HALF DOZEN or so standard questions fly fishers eventually get around to asking each other is, What's your favorite fish? Some say your answer to that will be deeply revealing — exposing you as a covert aristocrat if it's Atlantic salmon, a closet bubba if it's largemouth bass, or whatever — while others just think it might be interesting, but sooner or later, in one way or another, the question comes up."Read more...
“The southern resident killer whale, as the apex predator of our Salish Sea, is the canary-in-the-coal-mine of our local waters,” writes Dylan Tomine. There are only 75 southern resident killer whales left, and part of their dwindling population can be … more
The Tightlined Slam tournament will take place at Wilson Cove Marina in Norwalk, CT, Sept. 28, 29 and 30. Tournament proceeds will go to benefit the Marine Fish Conservation Network. Read more in the press release below.
Tippets: Remnant Population of San Juan Cutthroat Trout, Red Tide Worsened by Pollution, Diminished Flows for Colorado River
Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists have recently found cutthroat trout that are unique to the San Juan River Basin of southwest Colorado. This lineage was previously thought to be extinct. “Careful work over the years by biologists, finding those old specimens … more
Tippets: Columbia and Snake River Salmon, Fisheries and Climate Change, Florida Faces New Algal Bloom
A recent essay by David James Duncan addresses the plight of wild salmon in the Columbia/Snake river system. The essay was adapted from the author’s talk to representatives of 15 Native American Tribes and First Nations at “One River, Ethics … more