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The effort to save wild salmon from California to Alaska has been costly, and with a few notable exceptions, largely ineffective. Humankind, over the centuries, has continually put up obstacle after obstacle for wild salmon to conquer, and the numbers are dwindling. Artifishal | The Fight [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton Frustration is exhaled from behind my fully zipped collar, and the cloud of vapor fills the drawn hood of my wading jacket, fogging my lenses, furthering the frustration. I’ve heard nothing but positive reviews of this impressively clear and painfully cold spring creek. With an [ READ MORE... ]
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Alaska's inside passage. Photo courtesy of Custom Alaska Cruises By Austin Williams Spring is coming early in Alaska this year. The sun is out (most days), the snow is quickly melting, and our nearby streams are starting to gain flow. Before long, the first salmon will arrive and the annual [ READ MORE... ]
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A golden trout, the state freshwater fish of California, in all its glory.  Editor’s note: To the extent that there can be an intersection between coldwater fisheries conservation and state angling regulations, and because fishing is the portal through which many people become interested in [ READ MORE... ]
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A nice Dolly Varden caught thanks to energy provided by peanuts. Photo by Eric Booton. By Eric Booton For better or worse, my wife and I are trying a diet. We aren’t the “diet type,” in that we don’t jump around from diet to diet or generally adhere to a strict diet. Currently though, we are aiming [ READ MORE... ]
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Pennsylvania is a fly angler’s state. And Rick Nyles is a fly angler – and a darn good one. Rick owns Sky Blue Outfitters in Fleetwood, Penn., and he’s Gold Level Trout Unlimited Business member who has been guiding all over the Keystone State on some of its best waters for 20 years. And Rick is [ READ MORE... ]
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My little brother came to Idaho for the first time ever this past weekend. It was an important visit—not only did it mark my 50th birthday, but it was also the first he and I had been together since we lost our middle brother last fall to ALS.  We had a great visit, even if the weekend is a bit [ READ MORE... ]
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HMH Vises is a small company, located right at the last falls of the Saco River as it empties into the ocean, in Biddeford, Maine. Jon Larrabee is the principal owner at HMH. He’s an engineer and a machinist and has over 35 years of experience as a canoe guide, fishing guide and fly fisherman. He’s [ READ MORE... ]
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"I choose to live and work in a place where the rivers meet the ocean. It’s my family’s home, and my business is here," says Capt. David Blinken, who owns North Flats Guiding in East Hampton, N.Y.  "We live here because we choose to live in a place that means so much to us. We live here because we [ READ MORE... ]
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By Lisa Pelly Thanks to the efforts of Representatives Schrier and Newhouse and Senator Cantwell, we are thrilled that Washington State’s exemplary Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project (YBIP) is included in a historic land and water preservation package that President Trump signed into law [ READ MORE... ]
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