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Hey folks, Matt Stansberry here with an update. I’ve been working behind the scenes these past few months, posting some conservation stories on the blog and keeping up with the folks fishing in my favorite Oregon watersheds. But I haven’t … Continue reading →
Tippets: Moving Sea Lions to Save Steelhead, Call for Ban on Steelhead Fishing in Idaho Rivers, 2017 National Environmental Scorecard
In an effort to protect a particularly fragile steelhead run, Oregon wildlife managers are trapping sea lions at Willamette Falls and trucking them out to the coast. “Biologists estimate the sea lions at Willamette Falls are eating at least a quarter … more →
From OPB: Oregon wildlife managers are trapping sea lions at Willamette Falls and trucking them out to the coast in an effort to protect a very fragile run of steelhead. Biologists estimate the sea lions at Willamette Falls are eating … Continue reading →
This short documentary from The Deschutes River Alliance explains how selective water withdrawal operations have impacted the health of the river and the community of Maupin, Oregon.
2018 Northwest Fly Tyer & Fly Fishing Expo When: March 9th & 10th | 9:00am – 5:00pm Where: Linn County Expo Center, Albany Oregon Admission: $10 | FFI Members, Veterans and Youth 18 & Under: FREE | Parking is free … Continue reading →
The Fly Fishing Film Tour recently announced some 2018 dates. This African Tiger trailer looks awesome: The tour is coming to Portland Feb 10, Bend on Feb 17, Corvallis on February 24.
Four water projects in Oregon have won nearly $6.3 million from state regulators, including two projects with a major impact on fish. The Opal Springs Fish Passage Project is a collaborative effort to secure upstream fish passage at Opal Springs … Continue reading →
The Trump administration will no longer require “mining companies to prove they have the financial wherewithal to clean up their pollution,” reports Matthew Brown in The Chicago Tribune. Even though “The U.S. mining industry has a long history of abandoning … more →
From the Oregon Council of Trout Unlimited – Please Take Action today. A landmark agreement has paved the way for removal of four dams on the Klamath River, historically the third largest producer of salmon and steelhead on the West … Continue reading →
Now there’s more reason to “Go West, Young Man” – given as how Oregon, Colorado, and California are soon to upstage Alaska, New Zealand, and Argentina as the last bastions of pure angling body count … While each has its own unique allure, all are “blue” states, home to free thinkers, liberals, men of letters … Continue reading Cancel that Alaskan Fishing trip while you can →