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Train to Teach Kids Fly Fishing with NFSP

The National Fishing in Schools Program (NFSP) utilizes a 3-tiered training regimen to prepare teachers in schools who wish to educate their students using the "Fishing in Schools" curriculum. NFSP will be holding training in Sacramento in January for any educators interested. ... Full story

Habitat Protection Vital To Native Trout

News that lineages of Colorado's native cutthroat trout historically occupied different waters than was previously thought, and that genetically pure native greenback cutthroat trout only persist in one small Arkansas River tributary, highlights the importance of habitat protection when it comes to native trout persistence in the state, according to David Nickum, executive director of Colorado Trout Unlimited ... Full story

ISER Researcher Criticizes Pebble Data, Shively Shrugs Off Concerns of Hunters and Sport Fishermen

ANCHORAGE – Week 2 of the Keystone Center’s process on Pebble Mine wrapped up last Friday in Anchorage, capped by an incisive appraisal from a researcher at the well-respected UAA Institute of Social and Economic Research. ... Full story

2012 Sportfishing Summit Brings Industry Leaders Together

Recreational fishing is up 11 percent which bodes well for the industry. ... Full story

Casting for Recovery Partners with World Fishing Network

Casting for Recovery is proud to announce that in its mission to improve the quality of life for breast cancer survivors it has partnered with WFN: World Fishing Network, the leading entertainment, destination, and digital resource for 46 million anglers throughout North America. ... Full story

Orvis, TU Begin Project to Open 1,000 Miles of New Trout Water Over Next Decade

Orvis and Trout Unlimited this week announced the first two streams that will be improved to allow better passage for wild and native trout as part of the new Orvis/Trout Unlimited “1,000 Miles Campaign.” ... Full story

Another Fish Barrier Removed

Black River Tributary: State replaces culvert with bridge to aid path for salmon, trout in Olympia - Washington. ... Full story

Biscayne Bay Access Concerns Raised Again

National Park Service and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Take Steps to Resolve Access to Biscayne National Park. Recreational boating and fishing community guardedly optimistic but firm on need for General Management Plan changes . ... Full story

Man Finds Lost Finger in Trout

Fisherman Nolan Calvin and a few friends thought they would end their day on Idaho’s Priest Lake by settling in for a good meal of smoked trout. Instead, he made a stomach-turning discovery – a human finger inside a trout’s stomach. ... Full story

Presidential Hopefuls Talk Fishing

In response to KeepAmericaFishing™, US Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney outline their approach to fisheries conservation and angler access to public waters in the run up to the big day on November 6th. Check out what they have to say. ... Full story

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