A Yellowstone cutthroat trout from Idaho's South Fork of the Snake River.
Part Three: Mount Polley disaster can repeat itself if lessons aren't learned
This is the third and final installment in a series of posts detailing the connection between the failed tailings dam at the Mount Polley Mine in British Columbia and the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay and the planned transboundary mines in western B.C.
Part Two: BC mine disaster proves need for more review of new mines
The Taku River, southeast Alaska's greatest sockeye salmon stream, runs at the base of Taku Glacier southeast of Juneau.
TU President and CEO Chris Wood joined host Rob Keck over the weekend on Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Radio, which airs Saturday mornings at noon Eastern on Sirius/XM Rural Radio, Channel 80.
Colvin Matheson casts on the Big Wood River during the Big Wood Single Fly event Sunday.
There's something perfectly normal about the vision of my two kids wandering together down a backcountry trail, fly rods in hand and a little bounce in their steps.
Big day for Alaska's salmon and anglers everywhere
They started milling around the TU display shortly after we hung the flag from the awning. Some had heard the news. Others were just catching wind of it. Others still were just curious. "Is it true?" I heard a couple of times. "Is Pebble dead?"
The highlight of the first full day of the ICAST/IFTD show every year is the The Drake Magazine's Fly Fishing Film Awards.
Moyer to Congress: Don't trash the Clean Water Act
TU's Steve Moyer tells the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee to leave the Clean Water Act alone.