Top Posts of 2013, #2: The fishingsifu Angler’s Choice—The Colorado River

The Colorado River
Photo: Pete McBride

During this first full week of 2014, we’re counting down the Top 10 Posts of 2013. (Although, since the Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival is almost always the most-read post of each week, we’ll disqualify the F5 from this contest.) We’ll repost two of the Top 10 per day, leading up to our announcement of the most-read post, on Friday afternoon. So stay tuned all week to see what resonated most with fishingsifu Fly Fishing readers last year. Here’s #2, which focused on great rivers in. . .

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Video: Scientists Discover Amazing New Information on Where and How Bonefish Spawn

[Editor’s note: As popular as it is with sportsmen, the bonefish has been somewhat of a mystery to science, which still seeks some basic information about the fish’s life cycle and distribution. The fact that there is no commercial market for the species in this country means that the research dollars have been hard to come by. But recently, scientists working with. . .

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First Casts 11.15.13


Native Westslope cutthroat trout and bull trout swim in the Flathead River near Glacier National Park, Montana.
Photo by Jonny Armstrong/USGS, via npr.org

Editor’s Note: “First Casts” is a regular feature that highlights great fly-fishing content from around the Web—from how-to articles, to photo essays, to interesting reads: . . .

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An Upstream Journey, Dispatch #11: The Perfect Finale

Written by: Paul Moinester


Northern British Columbia is a land of beautiful forested valleys and peaks.
All photos by Paul Moinester

Editor’s Note: Paul Moinester has embarked on a six-month, 20,000-mile adventure to exploring the upstream battle to protect wild fish and their habitat. He has been posting dispatches on the Fly Fishing blog throughout his journey: . . .

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