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News The 1,090-pound marlin, taken on a day charter out of Exmouth on the northwest coast, is the country’s first grander blue While a number of grander black marlin have been caught over the years off northeastern Australia, this catch off the west coast marks the first blue marlin more than…
More than 55 Fishing Seminars Highlight Lineup The Seattle Boat Show, Indoors + Afloat has announced the lineup of its fishing and crabbing speakers for the 2018 show. According to the Boat Show, it will host more than 55 free seminars “by the Northwest’s top-notch fishing experts providing anglers with an in-depth wealth of knowledge on […]
This film features University of Nevada Reno faculty members Zeb Hogan and Sudeep Chandra, and their research on Hucho taimen of the Eg and the Uur Rivers in northwest Mongolia.
Sage ambassador Gray Struznik shares his passion for Northwest fisheries in this short film from Sage. Swing Season – TheSlowdown from Sage Fly Fish on Vimeo.
Periodically, we round-up the latest fishing news from the Northwest and beyond. Have a news tip? Send it to email@example.com. Tengu Derby Returns for 72nd Year One of the Puget Sound’s oldest fishing derbies, the 72nd annual Tengu Derby, is now underway. The Tengu Blackmouth Derby had its beginning in 1946 and is open to […]
The Our Two Hands film tour features a documentary about “the past and future of wild fish in the Pacific Northwest.” The film is produced by Asher Koles and Brandon Tillotson of Bloodnots Creative. Stops on the tour include Boise, …
After a seven year run, Revive magazine has published their final issue. Including pieces ranging from fly fishing Norway to taking a stand against mining in the Pacific Northwest, read freely online here. There is no shortage of knots to … more →
Tippets: Removing Small Dams, Fish Virus Spreading in Pacific Northwest, Recovering the Yellowcheek Darter
Large dam removal projects bring focused political resistance, but “conservationists are finding many landowners of small dams are happy to have them removed.” Read more about starting small from Kathleen Masterson via Vermont Public Radio. A highly contagious virus known … more →
Each week we round-up the latest news in fishing from the Northwest and beyond. If you have a tip, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Skagit River Season Extended Sufficient numbers of sockeye have returned to the Skagit River to allow the fishing season to be extended through July 21, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife […]
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.