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A new book, The Feather Thief by Kirk Wallace Johnson, looks at “the natural history heist of the century.” The book centers around the crime committed when Edwin Rist stole rare bird specimens from the British Museum of Natural History for … more →
Colorado allows 39 major industrial facilities to release known pollutants into waterways. Recent analysis has shown 17 have exceeded their legal limit 241 times in an 18-month period. “The pollution discharged above permitted amounts included cadmium, copper, chlorine, ammonia nitrogen, … more →
Lucky Sportfishing and Salmon University have again joined forces for the fourth annual SU fishing trip to Barkley Sound, British Columbia, July 29 to August 2. Enjoy four nights – Sunday to Thursday – at beautiful Eagle Nook Resort; fully guided fishing on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with a Thursday departure around noon (or bring […]
Talking about everything from his work and research with bonefish on the island of Eleuthera to his start in fly fishing in British Columbia, Travis van Leeuwen, PhD of the Cape Eleuthera Institute in The Bahamas, sits down for a … more →
Hook And Vice Legends is a documentary short film series featuring the legends of fly fishing in British Columbia and beyond. This first in the series features Vancouver Island based professional fly tier Art Limber.
Tippets: Comment on Rollback of Clean Water Act, Moffat Tunnel Expansion Project, Declining Steelhead Populations in British Columbia
The comment period on the EPA’s proposed rule, which would rescind protections for America’s headwaters, is now open through August 28, 2018. Take time to voice your concern. Denver Water has been given the green light on the Moffat Tunnel … more →
In this episode of the Scientific Anglers/Fly Fusion web series, Fly Fusion Magazine editor Derek Bird along with associate editor Jim McLennan explore sections of a remote river using their Water Master rafts in British Columbia’s backcountry.
In this episode of the Scientific Anglers/Fly Fusion TV Web Series, Season 2, Fly Fusion Magazine editor Derek Bird along with associate editor Jim McLennan explore one of British Columbia’s gems, The Horsefly River.
Annual Salmon University Trip Returns August 6th to 10th Since the seasons in Washington are so short and being scheduled after the salmon have passed through, it’s time to go elsewhere! More Washington anglers are heading to British Columbia; in the past, Salmon University has fished in the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii), Port McNeill, […]
Small midgelike patterns, often called “buzzers,” are a deadly and effective pattern for a diverse range of species and situations. “In short, buzzers are not so much a seasonal diversion, but a mainstay that accounts for up to 90 percent … more →