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There must be something in the water that produces great match anglers around the River Humber area, because Grimsby anglers dominated podium places at the first Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) match of 2019, held last Saturday 5th January fromThe post Tom Wins First Skegness Pier Angling Club Of 2019 appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
If you want to heat up your winter and extend your fishing season, winter steelheading is the way to do it.The post Fishing the Salmon River for Steelhead appeared first on On The Water.
It’s not just the business that’s done at the world’s largest fishing tackle trade show that ensures ICAST is a must-attend industry event, but the enduring contacts that are forged among those who attend. And they can prove invaluable in many ways, says Kevin Howell, owner of Davidson River Outfitters, based in Pisgah Forest, in […]The post Business and contacts make ICAST a must, says retailer appeared first on Angling International.
News The U.S. House has passed legislation to protect endangered salmon from excessive sea lion predation in the Columbia River Basin. The U.S. House has passed legislation to protect endangered salmon from excessive sea lion predation in the Columbia River Basin.
This short film shows the journey of wild chum salmon, who, during each autumn migration, “lose their course from a river altered by humans.” Via North Fork Studios.
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 →
In this short film from Sage, “woodworker, furniture builder, and musician Wes Walsworth hits the Snake River looking for carp on freshwater flats.
From packing out trash to being willing to extend a helping hand to another angler on the water, Steven Beaulieu writes about “fish karma” in this recent article. “This comes in many forms – sharing intel about what’s working where, … more →
Tippets: Wildfires and Watersheds, Pike Threaten Salmon on Columbia River, Idaho Steelhead Season Suspended
“Wild and native fish depend on healthy watersheds,” writes Chris Wood. And healthy watersheds depend on healthy forests. Read about the wildfires of the West and practical steps to fix what ails our forests, via Hatch Magazine. Northern pike, considered … more →
Author Bob Romano will attend the International Fly Tying Symposium to promote and sign copies of his new book, The River King. The International Fly Tying Symposium is set to be held November 17-18, 2018, in Parsippany, NJ. Read more in … more →