Salmon Conservation "Running the Gauntlet"

Salmon ConservationThe Columbia River is among the world's largest watersheds, so it's no wonder that even devoted salmon and steelhead anglers often lack an understanding of the threats to the river's salmonids.  For a thorough, entertaining, and inspiring lesson on all that's gone wrong with our current management strategies and all that is posed to go right, I highly recommend Nature's Running the Gauntlet, which can be watch in its entirety for free by following the link below.  The film features some of salmon conservation's leading voices, include David James Duncan.


http://video.pbs.org/video/1891112523


High recommendations.

Popular Videos

Adding Bass Popper Legs

Bass maniac Ben Romans showcases his balsa wood poppers and demonstrates how to add rubber legs to hard, durable, bass bugs.

Boron Crafted Two-Handed Rods

At the 2008 Fly Fishing Retailers show, Annette McLean of R.L. Winston Rod Company outlines two-handed rods constructed with boron, a fiber material that allows rod builders to make a lightweight, responsive, durable and easy to handle rod.

Bugs of the Underworld

Midges don't float passively to the surface, they actively swim, and Ralph Cutter has the video to prove it. This is the companion video to Ralph Cutter's article Bugs of the Underworld in the Feb. 2009 issue of Fly Fisherman.

See more Popular Videos

More News

Conservation

Why a Native Fish Coalition?

Ted Williams - July 02, 2018

The Native Fish Coalition believes that hatchery fish should never be stocked on top of native...

Industry

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...

Industry

Presidential Piscatorial Pursuits

Jonathan Wright - June 28, 2018

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

See More News

GET THE MAGAZINE Subscribe & Save

Temporary Price Reduction.

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Give a Gift   |   Subscriber Services

PREVIEW THIS MONTH'S ISSUE

GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

×