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Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing
Michelle McConnaha / ravallirepublic.com
A fly fishing story – not about the one that got away - but about the therapy that the river, fly-fishing and camaraderie offer…
Thomas & Thomas Rodmakers has a New Owner
Neville Orsmond, who has recently taken ownership, said he has been fly fishing since he was five years old and plans to continue the company’s tradition of making top-quality, American-made fly rods.
Ride the Tide - Fly Fishing for Winter Steelhead
Gary Cima of Bend, Oregon has told us about the films his son, Joe, has been making with Mountain Made Media in this, the third film we are highlighting, it's all about steelhead.
Small is Important
A new Trout Unlimited report documents importance of small streams to clean water and fishing in America.
Tycoon Tackle Heads to Charlottesville
Nate Delesline III / Daily Progress
Tycoon Tackle, a fishing rod company with nearly 80 years of history, plans to expand by opening a Charlottesville-area production facility by the end of the year.
Californian Fish Evacuated Due to Drought
Matt Weiser/ Sacramento Bee
Drought is forcing state officials to evacuate rainbow trout and steelhead from two hatcheries on the American River amid concern the water will become warm enough to kill the fish in coming weeks.
Summer Salmon Fishing Could be the Best in Recent History
Mark Yuasa / Seattle Times
From the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean, salmon returns are among the best in recorded history, according to forecasts by state Fish and Wildlife officials.
Atlantic Salmon Reserve Update: 1
The 2014 season is now underway at ASR and the first guests have arrived at both the Rynda and Kharlovka camps.
Cutthroats Return to Nevada
Scientists are hailing the return of Lahontan cutthroat trout to their home spawning grounds in Nevada for the first time in 76 years.
Arkansas Fish Hatcheries in Danger of Closing
Ed Godfrey / Oklahoman
Many of the trout swimming in Oklahoma’s best trout fishing streams are provided by two federal hatcheries in Arkansas that could be closed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.