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Long Island’s streams are all spring creeks and, as such, the temperature is about the same all year long.The post Fly Fishing on Long Island appeared first on On The Water.
In this video, Greg ties a jig style Tiger Midge, a long time classic amongst trout fisherman. A huge part of a trout’s diet is midges. In streams and lakes throughout the world, midges are a huge food source for … Continue reading →
In this video, Greg ties a prospecting fly he calls the Counterfeit. He has fished it on countless trout streams in the Western USA with great success when all else fails. He recommends tying it in sizes 14-16 with a … Continue reading →
In this short film from Nigel Warrick, follow amazing views as he and his friends search “Kaua’i’s remote mountain streams, in hopes of finding Kaua’i’s elusive rainbow trout.”
Snowfall in Colorado’s high country hasn’t shut down small streams yet, as shown in this film from Trouts Fly Fishing.
In this short film, view beautiful footage of remote B.C. streams holding big bull trout.
The American Fisheries Society recently awarded the 2017 Sport Fish Restoration Outstanding Project Award to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department for the project entitled “Evaluation of Wild Brook Trout Populations in Vermont Streams." Read more →The post Vermont Fish And Wildlife Awarded 2017 Sport Fish Restoration Outstanding Project Award appeared first on On The Water.
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 →
This video of fly fishing Georgia’s small streams for brook trout will have you dreaming of summer in no time. Via Winged Reel.
Hackettstown State Fish Hatchery Produced 5 Million Stocked Fish For Anglers, Streams And To COmbat Mosquitoes Read more →The post New Jersey Division of Fish And Wildlife Stocks New Record Number of Fish in 2017 appeared first on On The Water.