The excitement on her face when she brings her first native Colorado River cutthroat trout to her hands is infectious. Although she has only been fly fishing for a year seventeen year-old Haley Powell has spent the greater part of her life with her family and friends in places like Little Mountain... [ READ MORE... ]
I push aside backpacks, strollers and a wagon to clear the path for the 1970’s Schwinn single speed cruiser. Attached to the faded maroon steed is a bright yellow and blue trailer. Water bottles, Dora the Explorer books and countless snacks clutter the cabin. Look closely you will see a single fly... [ READ MORE... ]
On the opening day of Trout Season in Pennsylvania volunteers from the Knights of Columbus, Stroud Township, and the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited organized the annual Children's Fishing Contest on the pond at Brodhead Creek Park in Stroudsburg Pennsylvania.
Volunteers organized the prizes,... [ READ MORE... ]
On Wednesday April 9th 2014 leaders from the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited #289 spent the day with PAFBC Executive Director John Arway on a tour of the Poconos public fishing areas. The tour started on the Pocono Creek in Tannersville, PA in an area that the Chapter is planning to do instream... [ READ MORE... ]
Great first day in susquehanna Co. Pa.
Arivved for the 8 am opener alot of fishermen located along shore. Found nice pockets of rianbows in the pools above the rapids. Though the water was a little cloudy from the rain the day before.Took a chance on a spinner at 10: am and landed a nice 4lb ... [ READ MORE... ]
Reprinted from Roll Call, April 10, 2015
Trout season — the harbinger of spring and warmer weather — is upon us, and I’m looking forward to taking my kids fishing and swimming in our favorite stream along our land in West Virginia.
It might not look like much, but we’re happy to catch bass and blue... [ READ MORE... ]
by Teresa Haugh
U.S. Forest Service, Alaska
Alaska’s Chugach and Tongass national forests are sometimes referred to as salmon forests, producing all five species of wild Pacific salmon: king, coho, sockeye, pink, and chum.
Salmon is vital to Alaska’s economy, and last year’s statewide commercial... [ READ MORE... ]
Commercial fishermen and tribal leaders from Southeast Alaska are in Washington, D.C, this week. They're there to press for U.S. State Department action to protect their region's copius wild salmon runs, thriving tourism industry, and cultural resources from large-scale mine projects planned for... [ READ MORE... ]
EPA and the Corps of Engineers Takes Step to Improve Fishing
For the past decade, a cloud has hung over 60 percent of the rivers and streams historically covered by the Clean Water Act, one of our country’s bedrock laws for protecting rivers, streams and wetlands. For more than... [ READ MORE... ]