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It would appear that our weather has taken a turn for the better finally! The river levels have been popping over the past few days and water temps have been staying in the upper 30’s to low 40’s. Between the wind and the cold, the fisherman and the bugs have been slow to move, making..... Read MoreThe post Big Hole Fishing Report: April 20, 2018 appeared first on GREAT DIVIDE OUTFITTERS.
On April 19th TU chapter #678 will be assisting in planting native trees on Bum Creek in the Smith River area. If you would like to plant some trees, get muddy, have fun and help the river and its denizens … Continue reading →
Tippets: Rice Farmers Help California Salmon, Snake River Renewable Energy, Washington Bans Salmon Farms
California rice farmers are helping foster bug populations in floodplains to help support native salmon. “”What farmers are doing is reconnecting that floodplain natural wealth to the river system where it’s needed,” says Jacob Katz, senior scientist for California Trout.” … more →
The 12th Annual 2-Fly Tournament hosted by Project Healing Waters will be held at Rose River Farm in Syria, Virginia on April 28 – 29, 2018. The event is the flagship fundraiser for PHWFF, which provides support for the nation’s veterans. Read more … more →
For the first time in its 49-year history, the Bassmaster Classic presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods, will be held on the Tennessee River, out of Knoxville. It will take place from March 15 to 17 next year alongside the Bassmaster Class... ...anufacturers in the bass fishing sector […]The post Bassmaster Classic 2019 to be held on Tennessee River appeared first on Angling International.
Tippets: Humpback Chub Moves from Endangered to Threatened, Potomac River Report Card, San Jose’s Steelhead Trout
After a species status assessment and a 5-year status review, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced it will relist the previously endangered humpback chub to a threatened classification. The review “concluded the current risk of extinction is low, such … more →
Note from Chris Daughters: I know that many fly tyers prefer to use UV iridescent materials whenever they are available—and the good news is that the Caddis Fly Angling Shop now is able to offer the full range of Spirit … Continue reading →
The second “shot in the casting arm” that fly fishing has been waiting for now seems to be a reality. Documents uncovered by MidCurrent reporter Scott Bowen reveal that producers are in fact working on the sequel to the most … more →
All ramps on the lower McKenzie with the exception of Hayden Bridge are now open! March Brown hatches have been really good mid day. Water levels are excellent. Get out there and enjoy! More on the re-opening here: http://klcc.org/post/boat-ramps-mckenzie-river-re-open-friday
Albania’s Vjosa River is the last remaining undammed river on the European continent and is home to the Danube Salmon. But a series of proposed dams threatens the waterway and threatened species. Patagonia has now teamed up with a grassroots … more →