Video: Using Science to Save a Trout Subspecies

Most fly fishers have seen photos or videos of the massive Lahontan cutthroat trout from Nevada’s Pyramid Lake, but there are dozens more populations, many of which are geographically isolated. This isolation leads to lowered . . .

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A Full-Page Ad in WSJ Asks the President to #StopPebbleMine

Today’s Wall Street Journal features a full-page advertisement asking the President to deny a permit for Pebble Mine. (See the ad below.) fishingsifu proudly signed-on, along with a number of other outdoor companies and conservation organizations, in . . .

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Fish Facts: Saving the Greenback Cutthroat Trout (Updated!)


Greenback cutthroat trout were saved by accident more than 130 years ago.
Photo by Kevin Rogers – CPW

Although the greenback cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarki stomias has been the focus of conservation efforts for more than half a century—starting when the once-lost species was. . .

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UPDATE: Pebble Mine Rears Its Ugly Head Again

The past couple weeks have been full of important developments in the fight to stop the proposed Pebble Mine, which would endanger important, pristine wildlife habitat in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. Especially threatened would be the world largest wild-sockeye-salmon run, which depends on clean water and undisturbed streams in the region. Here’s a rundown of recent … Continue reading “UPDATE: Pebble Mine Rears Its Ugly Head Again”

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