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Jose Wejebe 'Spanish Fly' Memorial Foundation

The Jose Wejebe Spanish Fly Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support causes involving marine conservation, education, and individuals with special needs. We will contribute to and participate in fundraising and humanitarian work through ocean and marine-life related activities. ... Full story

Doug Hannon “The Bass Professor” Dies at 66

Complications from recent neck surgery believed a factor claiming life of famed fishing tackle inventor, angling authority, author and long-time TV host Doug Hannon. ... Full story

New Mexican National Monument a Win for Fly Fishers

Washington D.C. — After years of collaboration, the Rio Grande del Norte, a place close to New Mexican sportsmen’s hearts, will be protected as a national monument. ... Full story

Campaign to Stop the Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Tops Orvis Customer Matching Grants for 2013

A national campaign to stop the controversial Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region is the top conservation priority for The Orvis Company, Inc., said CEO Perk Perkins and Vice Chairman David Perkins as they announced the company’s 2013 Customer Matching Grants for Conservation. ... Full story

Fly Fishing The World Visits Iceland

There is an Atlantic Salmon Iceland special version of the popular Fly Fishing the World fishing show this weekend - make sure you don't miss it to find out all about these magnificent fish. ... Full story

Wild Trout Trust Charity Auction

The Wild Trout Trust is a small charity in the UK that is modelled on Trout Unlimited. They focus on the protection of wild trout and their habitat through practical advice and projects with fishing club, landowners and community groups. They run a fundraising auction each year of fishing days, art, tackle and collectables. ... Full story

Restoring a Nova Scotia River with Liming

The Nova Scotia Salmon Association is maximizing the benefits of the U.S. Clean Air Act by giving a river that is home to endangered wild Atlantic salmon in southern Nova Scotia continuous doses of lime. ... Full story

New Rodsmith's Guild Launches

A new trade guild for those involved with the fabrication of fine fishing rods has been established in the United States of America, and is now open to individuals from any country. ... Full story

Egg by Egg in the Sheepscot

Paul Koenig writing in the Kennebec Journal covers a very interesting story about how efforts to introduce Atlantic salmon roe to Sheepscot River in Palermo are using an innovative technique to be able to plant salmon eggs directly into the river gravels for the best chance of success. ... Full story

New Report Highlights Recreational Fishing’s Broad Economic and Conservation Impact

Anglers’ expenditures have a significant impact on the nation’s economy. Recreational fishing is more than just a pleasant getaway for millions of Americans. It provides a living for countless people in businesses ranging from fishing tackle and boating manufacturing to travel and hospitality to publications, magazines and much more. ... Full story

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