Arctic Grayling

David Radcliffe is back from an Arctic grayling trip to Nunavut in Canada that he will not forget.... Full story

State of the Trout 2015

Via Trout Unlimited we share the executive summary of the...

ICAST 2015 Set to Make Trade Show History

Angling International report that this year’s ICAST looks certain to...

Testimony from Benjamin H. Bulis of AFFTA

An example of the American Fly Fishing Trade Association doing...

TU Honors the Most Trout and Salmon Friendly Companies in America

Check out the latest issue of TROUT magazine, the national...

International Game Fish Association Museum to Move Home

The IGFA museum is moving north from Dania Beach, Florida...


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Fly Fish Texas

Learn to tie a fly, cast a fly and catch a fish all in one day during the annual Fly Fish Texas event at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center March 14.... Full story

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Bass Pro Shops Awards Conservation Partners of the Year

Bass Pro Shops has recognised the efforts of two leading figures within US organisations for their conservation work in 2014. ... Full story

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Roger Neufeldt Inducted into Rapala Hall of Fame

Roger Neufeldt, a fishing veteran of over 35 years, is the latest to be inducted into the Rapala Hall of Fame.... Full story

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Costa Rebirths The Watery Rave

The 'Watery Rave' site is to act as central hub of sport fishing conservation news and articles... Full story

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Changes at Costa

Costa Announces New Vice President of Product Development, John Sanchez.... Full story

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AFFTA Appoints Two New Board Members

The American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA) has recently filled two vacant seats on its board.... Full story

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Dam Problems Force Trout Release

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has implemented an emergency early transfer of more than 50,000 trout from its Leaburg hatchery.... Full story

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Could Canadian Fish Farms Harm California's Wild Salmon?

British Columbia has been the site of controversy as biologists claim that salmon farms may be spreading exotic diseases to the province's wild Pacific salmon runs.... Full story

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Dispute over McKenzie River Salmon Stocks

State and federal agencies are at odds over how many juvenile hatchery salmon can be released into the McKenzie River next year.... Full story

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TU Wild Steelhead Initiative

Trout Unlimited have launched a ‘Wild Steelhead Initiative.’... Full story

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Plastic Fish May Help to Save Salmon

New 'sensor fish' measure forces exerted by dam turbines more accurately.... Full story

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Volunteers Required to Teach Fishing in New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game's ‘Let's Go Fishing’ program is seeking volunteer instructors to teach ice fishing, fly fishing or basic fishing to youth and adults.... Full story

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FS Expo Returns to Jacksonville Nov. 8-9

The Florida Sportsman Expo is back at the Morocco Shrine Temple in Jacksonville on November 8 & 9. If you love the outdoors, you do not want to miss this show! ... Full story

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Oregon Biologists are Cutting Down Trees to Save Rivers

Can felling trees into the Sandy River restore the waterway's ecology and bring back endangered species of salmon and trout? ... Full story

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More Rainbows this Fall

Western Washington anglers will have the chance to catch more rainbow trout this fall and winter after the state stocks 47 lakes in the Puget Sound region with 340,000 trout. ... Full story

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