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A recent essay by Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate, accompanied by a video filled with beautiful images, spoken word and soulful music, tells the story of love of place. View the feature on The Flyfish Journal. To celebrate the release of “Love and …
Tippets: Dam Removal Projects for 2019, Reflections on River Closures, Brown Trout and Native Cutthroat in Montana
Across the country, dams are being reviewed and removed. From California to Maryland, Tara Lohan writes about four specific dam removal projects on the radar in the upcoming year. Via Adventure Journal. In light of the recent decision by the … more →
The EU have proposed new limits on bass fishing for 2019, if accepted and published in the EU Journal the regulations will come into force on the 1st January 2019. The limits on recreational bass fishing, including from shore, affect ICES divisions 4b, 4c, 6a,The post Proposed 2019 Recreational Bass Restrictions appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
French sporting goods retailer Decathlon, which markets the Caperlan fishing tackle range, plans to sell only own brands in the future. According to sports trade journal, SportEco, the global chain has informed several major brand suppliers of the move. These include tackle and gear from many of the world’s top manufacturers, including Daiwa, Pure Fishing, […]The post Decathlon to sell own brand goods only in stores appeared first on Angling International.
Recently, The Flyfish Journal held its annual BahamaCon, “a casual gathering at Deneki’s Andros South bonefish lodge, to chase bonefish, barracuda and all manner of beautiful things.” From amazing video footage to great short essays, view the week via The Flyfish … more →
Miles Nolte is a guide, teacher, and the fly-fishing editor at Gray’s Sporting Journal. He is a recent guest on the Anchored podcast, and sits down with April Vokey to talk “writing, guiding, and fly-fishing films.” Listen to their conversation … more →
From the Statesman Journal: A project intended to improve conditions for endangered fish could mean essentially emptying Detroit Lake for one or two years. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is planning to build a 300-foot tower and floating screen … Continue reading →
A new project from The Flyfish Journal features a day spent on the Columbia River fly fishing for carp with John Montana. Read the essay by Liam Gallagher, with photos by Copi Vojta, and view the short film they made …
A new study in the journal Global Change Biology indicates that a warming climate “could stunt the growth of fish by as much as 30 percent.” According to the research, “The main driver behind this decline in size is that … more →
My friend and fellow Salmon Journal Prodction team Leader, Al James, sent me a few photo images from his recent family vacation back in Maine. Fishing from Scarborough to Kettery, Al found just enough willing striped bass to make the … Continue reading →