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Tippets: Yellowstone National Park Bans Felt Soles, Florida’s Coastal Collapse, Donlin Gold Mine Proposed in Alaska
Concern over invasive species has led Yellowstone National Park to ban the use of felt sole wading boots. Inspection of watercraft will also be available. Via U.S. News and World Report. Coastal Florida ecosystems are collapsing, threatening sea grass, fisheries, recreation … more →
Interesting article on OPB yesterday about the decline of mega-Chinook. Our official position at OFFB is that the sole mammal species responsible for salmonid declines is sitting behind our keyboards. But there is some interesting stuff about orca biology here. … Continue reading →
In this video Jay Nicholas ties a smaller (but deadly) trout streamer he dubs the Deadly Shiner. This is an awesome baitfish pattern that can be cast, stripped, and swung for a variety of species. It’s been an effective pattern … Continue reading →
Angling Direct, one of the U.K.’s fastest growing fishing tackle retailers, is looking to mainland Europe to continue its expansion. The group, which last week announced revenue for 2017 at an expectation-exceeding £30.2 million, an increase of 44%, is looking at growth opportunities in regions with similar angling techniques and fish species to that of […]The post Angling Direct looks to mainland Europe for further growth appeared first on Angling International.
Tippets: Endangered Status for Thompson Steelhead, EPA Suspends Clean Water Rule, Whirling Disease Found in Tennessee
Thompson River steelhead are now officially considered endangered under the Species At Risk Act in Canada. A recent assessment by The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada has determined populations in the Thompson River and Chilcotin River to … more →
The University of Washington’s Friday Harbor laboratory is tackling one of its biggest projects to date: CT scanning and cataloging every fish species in the world, an estimated 66,000. About 2,700 are finished. Via King 5. Learning to double haul … more →
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 →
Gear What Characteristics Make an Inshore Rod the Right Choice for Multiple Situations and Species? A roundup of fishing rods that offer the greatest versatility for inshore anglers.
News Act now to support bay catch cap for this key forage species. Fisheries managers meet February 8 to vote on Atlantic menhaden issues, including a catch cap. Join other anglers and register your opinion.
Plenty of fish around the Fylde coastline for the time of year. Lots of small species such as dabs and whiting showing and codling have appeared in numbers Mostly small fish but with the odd decent one thrown in. TheThe post Small Codling Invade Fylde Coast appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.