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Costa Sunglasses, a major supplier of eyewear to anglers across the world, is celebrating its 35th anniversary by hosting clean-up operations on 35 beaches across the US. “We were born on the water, so it makes sense for us to celebrate this milestone protecting what we love,” said Holly Rush, Costa CEO. “Since 1983, Costa […]The post Costa celebrates 35th anniversary with beach clean-ups appeared first on Angling International.
US Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, has reversed a decision to allow mining for gold on the doorstep of the world famous Yellowstone National Park, following a campaign backed by the American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFTTA). He signed an order to remove the mineral rights from two proposed mines, protecting the environment and economic health […]The post Zinke reverses gold mining go-ahead near Yellowstone National Park appeared first on Angling International.
Solarez has announced a program and contest to encourage anglers to explore the different types of flies that can be tied with Solarez UV Resins. The program will run from September 30, 2018 through April 1, 2019. Read more in … more →
Handy hints and tips on catching bream as former World Champion Francis Couzinet heads out boat fishing off the west coast of France. Francis is well known to those anglers who fish competitions out of Weymouth being a regular participantThe post How To Catch Black Bream With Francis Couzinet appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
The world premiere of the documentary film One Path: The Race to Save Mongolia’s Giant Salmonids will take place at the Paramount Theatre in Denver on November 4 at 5:30 p.m. Ticket proceeds go to benefit The Taimen Fund. Read more … more →
World traveler, angler, and owner of Abaco Lodge, Oliver White sits down with April Vokey on her podcast, “Anchored,” to talk about his amazing career in fly fishing. Listen here. Justin Housman writes about Tenkara USA’s Ito rod in this … more →
The world of fly lines is complex these days. Here are a few videos that discuss the merits of Scientific Anglers latest introduction of lines. Amplitude Smooth Infinity Fly Line Amplitude Smooth Infinity from Scientific Anglers on Vimeo. Amplitude Smooth … Continue reading →
Nautilus Reels, in collaboration with the S. Kent Rockwell Foundation, has created a limited edition ‘No Pebble Mine XM reel with its sales helping to benefit the Sportsman’s Alliance of Alaska (SAA) and its efforts to protect Bristol Bay and the world class salmon fishery from a potentially devastating mining project. Only 25 individually numbered […]The post Nautilus Reels produces limited edition reel to aid Bristol Bay fight appeared first on Angling International.
Sport Fishing's guide to tunas, arguably the single most important, valuable group of game and food fishes in the world Among the world’s most popular game fishes, tunas are also some of the most highly evolved and sophisticated of all the ocean’s predators.
In its 70th year, German rod brand Sportex is introducing more than 150 new rods, including special anniversary products to celebrate the landmark. Its 2019 catalogue, which runs to more than 100 pages and is available to retailers now, features the world premier of the groundbreaking Graphenon and Beyond series. The company says that it […]The post 70th anniversary edition of Sportex catalogue is out now appeared first on Angling International.