Fresh Water

Help Save Idaho’s South Fork of the Salmon River

Another mining project’s ugly head is looming over a hallowed piece of wild trout and salmon water, this time in the lower 48 on Idaho’s South Fork of the Salmon River. According to Idaho Rivers United, “Midas Gold’s proposed project would destroy over 20% of critical habitat for Chinook and Bull Trout in the project area. 75% of the project disturbance would occur on public… Read More »Help Save Idaho’s South Fork of the Salmon River

Taming the King

For years I’ve heard stories about people catching Salmon in the northeastern United States. I knew that Atlantic salmon were native to that area, but I had some confusion over why I was seeing photos of Steelhead, Cohos, and the mighty King Salmon. After a bit of research, I found that the Great Lakes hold a variety of trout and salmon species that run up… Read More »Taming the King

Tailwater Tales: Your Guide to Exploring the Taylor River

In collaboration with Colorado Tourism and their “Care for Colorado” initiative, we set out to explore some of the most well known and widely admired tailwaters of the great state of Colorado. While on this adventure, we met with local fly shops and guides to have them show us exactly what makes their home waters so special, and more importantly, why they’re worth exploring and… Read More »Tailwater Tales: Your Guide to Exploring the Taylor River