Posted in North Kitsap Bainbridge Island - 383
Dean Butterworth (NPS) and Pat Crain (WDFW) treated our chapter to a very special post-dam viewing of the beautiful Elwha watershed. It is truly amazing to see how quickly and perfectly mother nature goes to work on repairing all the damage that was done to this watershed over the last 100 years
It's not a surprise to me that salmon hold such fascination, reverence, and respect from many peoples and cultures around the world. Salmon's influence is evident in our art, stories, cuisines, and cultures all the way from the Pacific Rim to the Irish and Scandinavian coasts. The story these [ READ MORE... ]
Headwater protection, alone, is not enough to sustain healthy wild steelhead populations. We also need to manage fisheries so that enough fish return each year to fully utilize the intact spawning and rearing habitat that was so wisely preserved a century ago. And we need to ensure that timber [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Southeastern Wisconsin - 078
The Wisconsin DNR wants your input on the proposed changes to the Wisconsin Trout Fishing Regulations/Season.
Great canoe float on the Teton River underneath the "backside" of the Tetons in Victor, Idaho
Six Degrees of Separation in Gordon Creek
Jeff Reardon caught this beautiful wild brook trout during a previous trip to Maine's Lang Pond, one of several pristine trout ponds in the Cold Stream Forest, an 8,200-acre tract that TU and the Trust for Public Land are helping to transfer into public ownership.