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A Pioneer Catch & Release

by Jonathan Wright

A pioneer of the Catch – and – Release movement has died.  Bud Lilly, 91, passed away peacefully on January… more »

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Rich Simms: Conservationist of the Year

by Ross Purnell, Editor

Wild Steelhead Coalition gets $10,000 from Sage, Redington, and RIO to pursue more protections for native PNW steelhead Fly Fisherman… more »

Guide Jeff Forsee and Fly Fisherman editor Ross Purnell with a 55-inch taimen from the Delger River.

The Hunt for Giant Mongolia Taimen

by Ross Purnell, Editor

[This is an short excerpt from the feature story “The One Path” in the Feb.Mar. 2017 issue of Fly Fisherman…. more »

Fly Fishing the Gunnison Country

Fly Fishing the Gunnison Country review

by Jonathan Wright

A new guidebook to one of the most unique trout fisheries in the country has just been published, and it… more »

Single Use Water Bottles

Single Use Water Bottles

by Jonathan Wright

Any Fly Fisherman worth his stripes picks up trash when he or she is on the water.  Apparently it’s in… more »

Decreasing Mercury Levels In Bluefin Tuna

Decreasing Mercury Levels In Bluefin Tuna

by Jonathan Wright

Bluefin tuna in the north Atlantic are showing decreasing mercury levels over the last 25 years, and reduced industrial usage… more »

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Action alert! Mt. Polley mine disaster

by Jonathan Wright

The Mt. Polley mine disaster of 2014 in British Columbia continues to be an unresolved catastrophe for local residents and… more »

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Tarpon Caviar

by Capt. Bruce Chard

Florida’s insane palolo worm hatch Whether you’re dreaming about the world-famous salmonfly bonanza that sends Madison River rainbows into a… more »

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The Endless Hatch

by Brett Wedeking

There is no “Off” season on California’s Yuba River After a long winter of frozen digits and fading visual acuity… more »

Wildfires Threaten Angling

SE Wildfires Threaten Angling Resources

by Jonathan Wright

A spate of wildfires raging in wildlands and National Forests across western North Carolina, northern Georgia and northern Alabama are… more »

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide

by Fly Fisherman

Check out our 2016 Holiday Gift Guide for the fly fisher in your life. ❱ Patagonia Sunshade 
Technical Hoody—This functional… more »

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The Totoaba

by Jonathan Wright

Ah, November.  That time of year where American fishermen — outside of tailwater trout bums and winter steelhead junkies —… more »

Snake River Salmonids

New Plan for the Snake River Salmonids

by Jonathan Wright

Federal fisheries managers recently unveiled a comprehensive plan to restore runs of Salmon and Steelhead in the Snake river drainage… more »

NY Salmon Poaching Bust

NY Salmon Poaching Bust!

by Jonathan Wright

On Wednesday, November 2, law enforcement officials made a midnight bust of a massive poaching infraction on one of New… more »

Shoshone River Sediment Spill

Shoshone River Sediment Spill

by Jonathan Wright

Another major man-made river disaster has occurred in the greater Yellowstone region, this time on the Shoshone River near Cody,… more »

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United States Stream Map

by Jonathan Wright

A fantastic new US stream map of the entire stream system in the continental United States has been released on… more »

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Peter Berntsen Fundraiser

by Jonathan Wright

The Fly Fishing industry is known for environmental advocacy, a mindset that is an outgrowth of historical conservation.  Social media… more »

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Your hottest day ever

by Jonathan Wright

It recently occurred to me that I’m coming up on  a major milestone as a fly fisherman.  I’m pretty sure… more »

Best Panfish Flies

DEADLY Panfish Flies!

by Skip Morris

Nothing puts the sizzle back in that poor overworked adjective “fun” better than fly fishing for the freshwater pan-fishes of… more »

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Winds Of Change

by Ross Purnell, Editor

There are many places in the world where the fishing isn’t nearly as good as it used to be. Most… more »