Salmon and steelhead advocates returned to court to again ask a federal judge to overturn the government’s plan to operate dams on the Snake and … The post We Have All Been Here Before appeared first on Moldy Chum.
Nestled deep into the wilderness along the shores of one of the largest lakes in Alaska, lies a grouping of fly-fishing lodges that encapsulate what it truly means to be wild. Within those boundaries, endless quantities of Salmon, Rainbow trout, char, and other freshwater treasures move throughout the territories, creating an environment so wild, it feels like something that could only be found between the… Read More »A Dream We Call Alaska
The salmon runs of Bristol Bay, Alaska are by the numbers jaw-dropping with millions of fish flooding these wild rivers each summer. There is something … The post Salmon Country II – The Salmon of Bristol Bay, AK appeared first on Moldy Chum.
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
A groundbreaking online tool that illustrates the state of Pacific salmon across B.C. aims to help protect endangered populations and drive future conservation efforts. The … The post New Data Tool Aims To Bolster B.C. Salmon Conservation appeared first on Moldy Chum.
Researchers from Simon Fraser University’s Salmon Watershed Lab have found when salmon returns are high, smaller and less dominant fishes get a chance to feast … The post Abundance of salmon key to feeding underdog stream fishes appeared first on Moldy Chum.
Greg Fitz with a mind-numbing representation of the dystopian state of salmon in Washington. The videos are well made and the footage is wonderful, but … The post Empty Ladders appeared first on Moldy Chum.
It’s getting to that time of year again, the nights cool and the kids go back to school, but with everything going on, this year will be different. One thing that will not be different is the salmon running up the Great Lakes tributaries to make their annual spawning migration. The amount of fish and timing varies from year to year, however, they always show… Read More »Salmon of the Great Lakes
In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, SvendDiesel is here to show us how to tie the Parachute Poly Emerger fly. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Intermediate If you don’t know what an emerger is, you at least know what they look like. You’ve seen them everywhere: little flies that look like a weird mix between a dry and a nymph, almost always with… Read More »How to Tie: The Parachute Poly Emerger