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Latest Conservation Articles

How Human-Made Rock Dams Can Impact Native Fish Populations

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

A Chemophobe’s Guide to Chemical Reclamation

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

On the Brink: Oregon’s Anadromous Fish

If Oregon’s anadromous fish were a multi-billion-dollar...

Catch-and-Release: All It's Cracked Up to Be

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

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Survive and Thrive: Patagonia Incites Wild Fish Activism

To survive, our irreplaceable wild fish need clean, undammed rivers undiluted by inferior hatchery stocks, accessible...

States Defying the Federal ESA: Bad Science and Bad Politics

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

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 fly fishing conservation.  This series appears with the...

Private Stocking: A Public Problem

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

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...