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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 →
In a recent essay published in Big Sky Journal, author and fly fishing guide Miles Nolte writes about spending his time between two disparate locales: Montana and New York City. “Moving to New York was never part of my plan, … more →
In a recent column in The Wall Street Journal, David Profumo reviews the new book by Langdon Cook. Upstream follows one of the oldest journeys, “the precarious odyssey of these fish that are born in freshwater streams, swim down to feed … more →
In this short film Copi Vojta, photo editor of the Flyfish Journal, searches for largemouth bass at Cain Lake near Bellingham, Washington. He also talks about adapting to the fisheries of the Northwest from his native Colorado. Via 48degreesnorth.
A Fly Rod of Your Own by John Gierach is a witty collection of essays from the author called “the voice of the common angler” by The Wall Street Journal. In A Fly Rod of Your Own, Gierach travels from … more →
Covering topics as varied as genetic diversity and evolution to the earliest writing about fly fishing, Justin Housman highlights interesting “trout facts” in this article via Adventure Journal. From adding an element of fun and comfort to choosing gear and setting … more →
One of the world’s top fly fishing photographers, Brian O’Keefe, sits down for an interview with Jimmy Langman in Patagon Journal. “Personally, I have never considered photography a career or job. I call it a hobby out of control.” Read … more →