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Researchers from Alaska and Washington recently analyzed 40 years of data taken from 85 king salmon populations ranging from California to Alaska. “The results show that the fish are both decreasing in size and maturing earlier,” writes Mark Hieronymus in The … more →
Like many Northwest salmon fishermen, I no-doubt have a lot more fishing tackle than I really need to do the job, but I try not to let that stop me from adding to my arsenal every time I walk into a tackle store or fire up the desktop to do a little online foraging. After […]
Washington Marine Area 1 (Ilwaco) no report this week Marine Area 2 (Westport) no report this week Marine Area 3 (LaPush and Forks) no report this week Marine Area 4 (Neah Bay) no report this week Marine Area 5 no report this week Marine Area 6 no report this week Marine Area 7 Salmon fishing […]
Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf has owned and operated Women’s Flyfishing, an Alaska Guide Service, for thirty-one years. Recently she sold the business to Linda Leary, owner of FisheWear. The business will continue with a slight change to Women’s Flyfishing, Alaska, LLC. … more →
Fly Fishers International has created and released an extensive Fly Tying Library filled with high quality instructional videos. “The library can be searched by Category (Cold Water, Salt Water, Technique and Warm Water) or by Sub Category (Trout, Salmon/Steelhead, Bluegill/Crappie, Bass, … more →
This film from LOOP Media features amazing footage of fishing for King salmon near Torres Del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia.
Via Science: Chinook salmon, an iconic species in the Pacific Northwest, have lost up to two-thirds of their genetic diversity over the past 7000 years, researchers report. The finding underscores a long-held concern that future salmon populations are imperiled by … Continue reading →
In a recent episode of the Fly Fishing Consultant podcast, Rob Snowhite interviews Joseph Bogaard of Save Our Wild Salmon, a coalition of committed businesses, organizations, and individuals committed to protecting and restoring abundant, self-sustaining fishable populations of salmon and … more →
Tippets: Hatchery Threat to Wild Salmon, Taking Aim at the “Fish Bill,” Mine Tailings and Fish-Bearing Streams
Scientists have long warned that hatchery salmon threaten wild populations through competition of resources and by mixing genetically. However, new research points to a new threat: oxygen levels. “Their presence in some streams contributes to low-oxygen conditions that culminate in die-offs … more →
As water shortages increase, breweries are leading the conservation charge with innovative ideas. “A stunning success in reducing beer’s water footprint involves a partnership among MillerCoors, barley farmers in Idaho, and the Nature Conservancy,” writes Robert Glennon. “The goal was … more →