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Alaska's Salmonstock 2011 Huge Success

August 5th through 7th over 3,000 people attended Alaska’s newest multidimensional music and arts festival at the Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik, Alaska showing their support for wild salmon stocks. ... Full story

Carp on the Fly Features in US TV Show

Fly Fishing the World is a very popular fly fishing TV show that has been syndicated around the world. They are filming a brand new series right now with new host Conway Bowman, a fly fishing guide best know for his pioneering work in creating a catch and release fishery for mako sharks on fly gear out of San Diego, California. ... Full story

AFFTA Joins TU in Opposing Bill that would Trash America’s Backcountry

The American Fly Fishing Trade Association today joined Trout Unlimited and a host of other sporting and conservation organizations in opposing the so-called Wilderness and Roadless Area Release Act, which would remove all protections from the last, best fishing and hunting destinations in the United States. ... Full story

The Fonz goes Fishing

Actor and director, Henry Winkler, best know for his portrayal as Arthur 'The Fonz' Fonzarelli in the Happy Days series is also an author now with his new book "I've Never Met An Idiot On The River" which covers his passion for fly fishing, photography and family. He was recently interviewed about the book... ... Full story

Win a dream fishing trip to Bristol Bay, Alaska

Trout Unlimited need your help to protect Bristol Bay’s extraordinary wild salmon and trout fishery from Pebble mine and they’ve got a great contest that could see you fishing the fabulous waters of Alaska. ... Full story

Salmonstock! National Acts Headline US Concert to Celebrate Wild Alaskan Salmon

Local Alaskan nonprofit, the Renewable Resources Foundation, is throwing a massive outdoor concert to celebrate wild Alaskan salmon! National headliners include; Grateful Dead's Bill Kreutzmann and the 7 Walkers, Jackie Greene, Clinton Fearon and Great American Taxi. ... Full story

The Big Issue: Losing America’s Last Great Wild Fishery

The world’s largest sockeye salmon run and the best trophy rainbow fishing anywhere will be in peril if a massive mining project known as the Pebble Mine comes to pass. This is not just Alaska’s issue. ... Full story

Spring Chinook Fishery Reopened on Lower Columbia River

OLYMPIA - With thousands of spring chinook salmon now moving up fish ladders at Bonneville Dam, fishery managers from Washington and Oregon have agreed to reopen the popular salmon fishery on the lower Columbia River through June 15. ... Full story

Skin Cancer Is On The Rise

May is designated as national skin cancer prevention month. For many of us, however, this may comes many, many Mays too-late to prevent the problems that range from basal cell carcinoma to full-on melanoma. ... Full story

$1 Million Available for Habitat Restoration Projects

The FishAmerica Foundation in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Restoration Center, has $1 million available for marine and anadromous sport fish habitat restoration projects in the coastal United States, the Great Lakes region and the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. This is a great opportunity for Fishing Clubs to help local streams. ... Full story

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