Home | Fly Fishing Features

Fly Fishing Features

Take A Trip With A Hatchery Trout

In recognition of National Hunting and Fishing Day (celebrated on September 22 this year) the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Alaska Region has published a video documenting the journey of trout from a hatchery in Anchorage to area lakes, where they became available to eager anglers. ... Full story

Casting for Recovery Helps Breast Cancer Survivors Adjust to "Life After"

Kim Ward, 60, of Saratoga, Wyoming, joined 13 other breast cancer survivors this summer for Wyoming's second annual Casting for Recovery retreat. After two grueling bouts with cancer treatment over a decade, Ward was given a clean bill of health in 2010. Last year, the opportunity to apply to the unique program offered by Casting for Recovery arose. ... Full story

Fishing Tradeshows Join Forces

Today, the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) and the American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA) announced a partnership in which they would co-locate their trade shows in one venue in 2013. Both the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, better known as ICAST, and the International Fly Tackle Dealer Show, known as IFTD, will be held July 10-12, 2013, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Full story

Fly Fishing Museum Has New Website

Continuing to share the legacy of fly fishing as well as to expand the sport, the American Museum of Fly Fishing (AMFF) based in Manchester, Vermont, has launched a new, highly informative web site. The site features highlights of the museum’s exhibitions, permanent collections, educational resources, and upcoming activities. ... Full story

Riding High - The Science of Tarpon

Waterline Media recently released a video called "Riding High: The Science of Tarpon," which features footage that will be included in the science section of the group's upcoming full-length feature on tarpon. ... Full story

Kenai River Habitat Work Lands National Recognition

Coordinated action to preserve and restore the natural resources of the Kenai River is capturing national attention. On Friday, August 24th Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Water and Science Anne Castle will visit the Donald E. Gilman River Center to meet with state and local officials and community organizations to learn more about habitat restoration work along the Kenai River and its tributaries and to highlight reasons why Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar selected the Kenai River partnership effort to be part of the America’s Great Outdoors (AGO) Rivers Initiative. ... Full story

Hardy Loses a Legend

It is with great sadness that we bring news that James Leighton Hardy has died. James, who was better known as Jim, was the last direct link between the company now known as Hardy & Greys Ltd and the founding family. He was the son of a former joint Managing Director, William Hardy. He passed away on Saturday, 28th July, 2012. ... Full story

Astonishing Numbers Take Action for Bristol Bay

The country has spoken. 200,000 people took the time to submit comments on the EPA’s Watershed Assessment on Bristol Bay, AK. More impressively, 98% of them agreed with the EPA’s findings in opposing Pebble Mine. ... Full story

Drought taking heavy toll on fishing industry

The drought and extreme heat wreaking havoc across the U.S. farm belt is killing fish by the thousands in lakes and rivers and could pose a problem to migrating ducks and other waterfowl if it stretches into the fall, officials said. ... Full story

Cortland Line Company Bought by Group of Private Investors

Hot off the email this morning is this press release from Cortland announcing their acquisition - "Fans of this Fabled Brand Look to Restore Luster through Better Execution, Revamped Marketing and Introduction of New Product To Achieve Strong Growth Momentum." ... Full story

first back 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 next last total: 408 | displaying: 181 - 190

Log in