If you could only fish dry flies, nymphs or streamers for the rest of your life, what would you choose? Why?
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A lot of us are gear hounds. We love our rods, our vests, pack and flies. They see a lot of abuse, and I often wonder what they'd say if they had a chance.
When Fred Young, a gear maker, TU member and avid Driftless angler, pulled over and parked above the pastoral setting we were to fish, I couldn't help but notice that I could probably jump over the creek we were about to fish — and I'm not the most athletic of folks.
What bugs have you been tying up lately?
Sportsmen to EPA: Stop Pebble and Protect Bristol Bay.
Numbers released today show that nearly three in four Americans who commented on the EPA’s draft Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment supported protecting Bristol Bay, Alaska from harmful mining development in the form of the Pebble Mine. Approximately 654,000 of the over 895,000 total comments [ READ MORE... ]
If you could only fish one stream for the rest of your life (the horror), what would it be?
New report details how climate change is harming freshwater fish
A new report was issued by the National Wildlife Federation today stating that due to climate change, coldwater fish habitat could decline up to 50 percent within the
A little over a year ago, Marc Payne won an essay contest for the right to join TU on a blogger tour of Yellowstone National Park, where he helped remove non-native lake trout from Yellowstone Lake and learn more about how invasive species are threatening the native cutthroat trout and grayling o