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In this short film, learn about Anthony, probably the only grayling with a name. “Learn why this fish is so unique and why was given a name.” Via Black Fly Eyes.
In this short film from InTents Media, Cortney Boice, Phil Tuttle, Tim Meikle and Derek Olthuis head north to catch big arctic grayling on dries on a remote river.
In a big win for the Au Sable River, “Harrietta Hills, the company operating the Grayling Fish Farm, has agreed to end its lease, to cease all operations at the Grayling Fish Hatchery by December 31, and to never again … more →
A small stream and large grayling come together in this beautiful short film. Via FMAO Productions.
Paul Gaskell loves fly fishing for grayling: “I think the thing that actually cemented my affection for grayling fishing is the fact that they can be so massively moody. Some days, they are the most gullible and easy to catch … more →
RepYourWater has a new hat series that benefit native western trout. From bull trout and grayling to greenback cutthroat and California golden trout, the series features 21 options, with 10% going to The Western Native Trout Initiative. See the entire … more →
This beautiful short film from Matt Dunkinson features friends fishing for grayling on the River Test.
This beautiful short film features fishing for grayling on the River Test, Hampshire UK. Via Matt Dunkinson.
To be roused by Lady Sarah with the words, "What time were you supposed to be up?" is never ideal. "5.45", my reply...."It's 6.15", she said..so began the day.Hurriedly, the car was loaded. The journe... ... rapid. I'd overlooked the loose top to the maggot tub so arrived with the escape committee in full flight.Morning greetings with old friends, Derren and his father, Brian and we set off for a day of grayling fishing. Fortunately, I remembered all the tackle, which was just as well, as I'd forgotten money and cards in my haste. At this point one might say that it was going to be one of those days!The rive... ...un to many people, I'd guess.But in this year, more than any...I was grateful for the opportunity to be with good friends and netting a few fish.In Memory of 'Gudgeon Jim' (Maker of Fine Landing Nets)
Tippets: West’s “New Normal,” Brook Trout Hormones, Yellowstone Grayling, Elwha Dam Demolition Continues
The recent fish die offs in the Yellowstone River predict a “new normal” for fisheries due to climate change, writes Alexis Bonogofsky. “The fish kill is not just an inconvenience for fishermen. The consequences of climate change are reverberating throughout … more →