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Conservation groups claim a huge win in a legal case against United Water Conservation District after a federal court judge ruled the water agency had failed to adequately protect endangered steelhead trout in the Santa Clara River. “A coalition of … more →
In this short film from InTents Media, Cortney Boice, Phil Tuttle, Tim Meikle and Derek Olthuis head north to catch big arctic grayling on dries on a remote river.
The annual Skegness Pier Angling Club (SPAC) Biggest Fish Rover (BFR) took place last Sunday 4th November. The match times were from 12 till 6pm, with boundaries being the river at Gibraltar Point and the Dunes Theatre at Mablethorpe. SoThe post Skegness Pier Angling Club Biggest Fish Rover 2018 appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Tippets: Return of American Shad, Fracking on Public Lands, Call for SARA Listing for Fraser Steelhead
For the first time since before the Civil War, American shad are successfully spawning in the lower section of the Millstone, a Raritan River tributary. Removal of an old, obsolete dam in Manville, Somerset County has opened the lower section … more →
This film from Sage captures eight days and 60 river miles, “fueled by pre-noon beer and nightcaps of peaty 10-year old scotch. Eat, sleep, climb back into frozen waders, keep fishing.”
On the summer solstice, fly fishing guide and YETI Ambassador, Jeff Currier, takes advantage of the extended daylight and fishes the ranch of the Henry’s Fork River. “I don’t just do an average day of fishing—you can do that any day. … more →
From Oregon Live Fall chinook salmon fishing will close Thursday, Nov. 1, in coastal rivers along the north half of the Oregon Coast. Low returns and virtually no October rainfall led to the decision Friday. Read more here: Chinook Closure
Wild winter steelhead in the Willamette Valley are extremely rare. Due to the tireless work of The Conservation Angler and the Willamette River Keeper they may get added protection in the coming years. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife faces … Continue reading →
David Karczynski writes about fishing Wisconsin’s upper St. Croix river for smallmouth bass, and using a yellow popper from Lefty Kreh to catch one last bass for the great fishing legend. “After four days and countless fish our feet are … more →
In a new Q&A series from Brian Flechsig of Mad River Outfitters, learn about the lifespan of leaders and tippet. “Flechsig’s answer is illuminating,” writes Phil Monahan, “it’s less about time and more about exposure to UV light. Keep your … more →