Posted in Embrace-a-Stream
Christmas for Coho is proud to announce we collected 400 used Christmas trees this January, which will be placed in an off-channel wetland complex in Oregon's Necanicum River as habitat enhancement for threatened coho salmon.
Posted in Save Bristol Bay
There is no question that Alaskans want Pebble Mine stopped and Bristol Bay protected, however with a delay in the proposed EPA protections, the fight to Save Bristol Bay heats up again in 2015.
TU-AK, in collaboration with a Montana-based research firm, released an economic study in November that documented how the “Tongass Transition” is essentially stalled.
It’s been a busy and productive last few months for TU-AK’s transboundary campaign.
Liz joined TU's Alaska Program in Juneau this fall in order to assist the Salmon Beyond Borders coalition, which works tirelessly to protect Alaska's transboundary watersheds from mining proposals in B.C., Canada that can harm the salmon of Southeast Alaska. We asked Liz to share a little bit [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Greater Upper Valley - 226
This fly was tied by Ray Obar
Type: Dry fly, all purpose
Hook: Dry fly...ie Partridge L3A, Mustad 94840, Tiemco 100 or any standard dry fly hook, sizes 10 - 20
Thread: Gray or black, 6/0 or 8/0
Tail: Mixed grizzly & brown hackle barbs
Posted in Conservation, West of The Rockies, Climate Change
By Helen Neville
The relationship between fish, people and water in Nevada is a sordid tale, with Walker Lake, nestled in the western corner of the state, as a particularly interesting character.
Today, a quintet of TU chapters and the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry received the “Spirit of South Mountain” Award for their work to restore brook trout habitat on Conococheague Creek.
This box of fly gear is in need of serious organization. Today would be a good day. Or maybe next week would be better.
By Mark Taylor
It’s freezing out there.
The wind is blowing.
Posted in Upper Chattahoochee Chapter - 436
Check out the photos from our January Fishing Dayz event. We hope to see you at our next event in February.