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Tag: Rivers

Podcast Episode: “Protecting the Montana Headwaters, with Scott Bosse”

In this episode of The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sits down with Scott Bosse of American Rivers. They talk about the Montana Headwaters Security Act, a 7-year program that will hopefully come to fruition in 2020. “It’s draft legislation for new Wild and Scenic river designations on some of the best rivers and streams on public lands...

Video Hatch: “Rock-Paper-Fish”

This film offers a vivid look into the lives of Alaskans grappling with threats from industrial mining to the place they call home, the Chilkat river. The Chilkat has been named one of "America's 10 Most Endangered Rivers of 2019" by the nonprofit American Rivers. Via Wild Confluence.

American Rivers Announces America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2019

American Rivers has released its annual list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2019. “This year’s report spotlights the threat that climate change poses to rivers, clean water supplies, public safety and communities nationwide.”

"In Search of Magic Waters"

An artist's search for "magical rivers" brings art and angling together in this sumptuous teaser for the short film "In Search of Magical Waters" featuring painter Adriano Manocchia. Adriano Manocchia left a jet-setting career in the city to become an artist, teaching himself to paint in the style of the Old Masters. He took up fly-fishing, moved to the...

Fly Fishing High, Dirty Water - Kelly Galloup

A bunch of great tips from Kelly Galloup on how to fish high, dirty trout water. "With runoff right around the corner, the rivers getting high and muddy, a lot of people are going to quit fishing. But obviously the fish still eat. What method is best? It is a great question, one we're fielding almost daily right now because the rivers went up with all this...

Mice Attacked by Brook Trout | Labrador

Labrador has long been famous for the size and number of its brook trout, which is why Tom Rosenbauer always had it on his “bucket list.” Tom is a passionate small stream trout angler, and previous to his trip to Three Rivers Lodge his largest Brook Trout brought to hand was fifteen inches. Colin McKeown, host of The New Fly Fisher TV series, has been...

Drifting Podcast by YETI: Hilary Hutcheson

"My name is JT Van Zandt and I'm a fly fishing guide on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Being out on the water has always been the secret to unlocking my soul. A sense of calm comes over me and I feel like I can breathe. That feeling inspires deep thought and conversation with my clients I truly enjoy sharing perspective on human experience with folks I take...

In the Valley of the Rainbows

Patagonia is a land of soaring mountains, wide gravel roads, cold blue rivers, and legion trout.  The fact that it's smack full of sun while the Northern Hemisphere is chock full of snow only adds to the allure.  Throw in nightly feasts of local lamb, beef, wine, wine and more wine, and you've got a veritable paradise for any red-blooded angler.  I...

Michigan's Upper Peninsula: "Forever a Wilderness"

In 1836 the Territory of Michigan and the state of Ohio became embroiled in a bitter land dispute that would become known as the "Toledo War."  The area in question was a narrow strip of land stretching from what is now Indiana east to the westernmost shores of Lake Erie.  When local militias squared off on opposing banks of the Maumee River Congress...

Battle of the Bards: Esox Edition

The melt is on.  All across the Midwestern map, my rivers are flush, foaming, and furious— gnashing off chunks of cutbank, gumming away limbs of cedars, filling a hole in here, gouging a slot out there.  There'll be a few more seams— or a few less— down which May's duns will slip into trutta-toothed oblivion.  But it's not May yet.  For now...