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Conservation organizations win big at Jackson Hole One Fly

Brian la Rue - October 26, 2018

The 2018 Jackson Hole One Fly not only raises funds for conservation projects and organizations in the greater Jackson Hole region, but this year's event was a literally a 'win-win' for all.

Train Spills Fuel Into the Delaware River

Rob Jagodzinski - August 13, 2018

A train derailment spilled some 4,000 gallons of diesel into the West Branch of the Delaware River.

Southern Colorado in Hot Water

Jonathan Wright - July 02, 2018

Anglers, guides and trout in Southern Colorado are all toughing it out this season in an exceptional drought.

Presidential Piscatorial Pursuits

Jonathan Wright - June 28, 2018

What do Donald Trump Jr. and Barack Obama have in common? Find out in "Presidential Piscatorial Pursuits".

That Guy Fly Fishing on the National Mall

Jonathan Wright - June 11, 2018

As reported, a man was spotted fly fishing on the National Mall in Washington D.C after heavy rains flooded the Potomac River.

The Most Radical Guides in America?

Jonathan Wright - June 07, 2018

Guides and outfitting services in America come in all flavors. The men that make up Gunnison River Expeditions are guides worth their salt.

Well-Known Fly Fishing Guides Perish Tragically in Fishing Accident

Lynn Burkhead - May 22, 2018

Fly fishing world mourns as news breaks of well-known midwestern guides Brian Schumacher and his wife Janet Veit losing their lives in a fishing mishap in the frigid waters of Iceland.

Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Get New Help

Jonathan Wright - May 18, 2018

Imperiled Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout are getting a helping hand with new strategies being developed by fisheries managers to control invasive predators.

Houston Readies for Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest

Fly Fisherman - May 14, 2018

Scheduled for July 20-22 at Houston's George R. Brown Convention Center, the Sportsman Channel Outdoor Fest is an event for outdoor enthusiasts.

U.S. National Fly Fishing Championships

Jonathan Wright - May 09, 2018

The U.S. National Fly Fishing Championships are slated to be held May 30th through June 2nd, and this year's host city will be Bend, Oregon.

New Line-Class World Record Carp

Jonathan Wright - May 05, 2018

Kurt Gutormson, of South Dakota, may potentially have broken the Line-Class World Record Carp. Read all about this amazing catch, here!

Clean the Dream

Jonathan Wright - April 18, 2018

On August 4th, 2018, "Clean the Dream" is being organized by advocate Brandon Kramer and promoted by angling industry legend Landon Mayer.

Canadian Stripers Slam Salmon

Jonathan Wright - April 13, 2018

Huge numbers of Striped Bass staging off the coast of New Brunswick could potentially spell an end to Atlantic Salmon in the area.

2018 America's Most Endangered Rivers

Jonathan Wright - April 10, 2018

The America's Most Endangered Rivers list for 2018 has just been released, and as usual, the results are both shocking and unexpected.

Delisting Endangered Humpback Chub

Jonathan Wright - March 28, 2018

The Humpback Chub, one of the original species included for protection under the Endangered Species Act in 1967, has been identified as 'Threatened'.

Maine's Arctic Char Endangered

Jonathan Wright - March 26, 2018

Maine's Arctic Char is under threat from invasive Smelt in its home water, and resource managers are now discussing relocating the entire population.

Chicken, the Book, Was Meant for Fly Tiers

Jonathan Wright - March 15, 2018

Chicken, the Book is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter, something discerning anglers will undoubtedly be wanting to to add to their libraries.

Lefty: A Remembrance

John Randolph - March 14, 2018

Remembering Lefty Kreh

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