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Behind the Fish: Taimen Conservation with Scientist Matt Sloat

Introducing the Behind the Fish Series, where we go one-on-one with various different fishery scientists across the world to better understand a specific species of fish or fishery. From the genetic make-up, feeding habits, fishing techniques, native range, to conservation we dive straight in to learn about the facts that matter and what makes these fish so special. In this feature, we were lucky enough… Read More »Behind the Fish: Taimen Conservation with Scientist Matt Sloat

Making Sense of Fly Hooks

When you’re new to the world of fly fishing, everything seems overwhelming. That’s even truer when you get started with tying flies. And that confusion is the basis for Charlie Craven’s newest piece for Fly Fisherman Magazine, where he gives you a great education on fly hooks, from the barb up. Read it in full here. The post Making Sense of Fly Hooks appeared first on MidCurrent.

Public Trust Feature Film | The Fight for America’s Public Lands

A feature-length documentary about America’s system of public lands and the fight to protect them. Despite support from voters across the political spectrum, our public … The post Public Trust Feature Film | The Fight for America’s Public Lands appeared first on Moldy Chum.

Down Goes Pendley!

Some proper swamp draining. A federal judge on Friday ordered William Pendley to be removed as leader of the head of the Bureau of Land … The post Down Goes Pendley! appeared first on Moldy Chum.

Organization of the Month: Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers was founded in 2004 to to preserve North America’s outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters. Our public lands face constant threats from development, political pressure, privatization, and climate change. The work that Backcountry Hunters & Anglers does in the halls of Congress and in local… Read More »Organization of the Month: Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: September 25, 2020

OUTLOOK  The first storm of the Fall season is rolling through as we write this report.  This is big news and will shuffle things up on many of our fisheries.  As we write this report, most of our rivers are blown out or are heading in that direction but, when things settle, expect excellent fishing.   This week Taylor looks at the Vedder and we have some info on sturgeon fishing from Aidan.  Zach has an overview of the Squamish and while it is not time… Read More »Pacific Angler Friday Fishing Report: September 25, 2020

Angling for Trout in Slovenia

Amid ancient castles and craggy peaks, an intrepid group of anglers heads to the country’s alpine streams for a trout-fishing adventure of a lifetime, steeped … The post Angling for Trout in Slovenia appeared first on Moldy Chum.

Finding bigfoot

A chilly autumn breeze filters through white oak leaves. They’re on the cusp of turning from the tired green of late summer to autumn russet.

The Corruption of Pebble Mine Uncovered

Earlier this week, the Environmental Investigation Agency released physical, video evidence of the corrupt scheme that is Pebble Mine. These tapes prove what Bristol Bay advocates have been saying all along, expansion is inevitable and would further destroy Bristol Bay. Further, the tapes highlight the true intentions of the executives at Pebble Limited Partnership and Northern Dynasty Minerals, the companies backing Pebble Mine. “It makes… Read More »The Corruption of Pebble Mine Uncovered