Dams on Kennebec still killing Atlantic salmon

Public documents going back 20 years show that owners of hydroelectric dams on the Kennebec River have been aware that salmon are sucked into their turbines and are killed and maimed. ... Full story

EPA announces plans to assess Bristol Bay environment

After a prolonged campaign against the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaksa, sporting groups nationwide applaud EPA plans to study Bristol Bay’s fish and wildlife resources. ... Full story

Farmed salmon escape in Canada

Last month, 138,000 farmed salmon escaped from feedlots on the New Brunswick side of the Bay of Fundy, a fact that scarcely caused a ripple in the Maritime consciousness reports Donald Cameron of Canada's Chronicle Herald. ... Full story

Iceland For Everyone - Fly Fishing on the East Ranga

If you thought that Iceland is only for finance magnates or celebrities, you are wrong. Not any more! The global financial crisis brings a lot of havoc and ruin, but fortunately also good things. ... Full story

Alaskan Red Gold still under threat from UK mining company

Anglo American Plc promised not to build the controversial Pebble Mine if local Alaskan residents are against it. Today, a large majority of them are yet still the proposals move forward. ... Full story

Plight of Pacific Salmon uncertain

NBC's Tom Brokaw, himself a celebrity fly fisherman having just appeared in the Pirates of the Flats series on ESPN, introduces a short video news item on the salmon farms of British Columbia. ... Full story

Alaskan Adventure

A great first hand account of fishing for salmon and char in Alaska by forum member Tom Cluchey ... Full story

Farmed Salmon Exposed - watch the full film here now

Following up on the world premiere of this important expose of the world of salmon farming late last year, the full film is now available online here in four short installments if you did not see it yet. ... Full story

Anglers Advised to Avoid Endangered Coho Salmon

Spurred on by recent rains, endangered coho salmon are returning to the Russian River to spawn, the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) reports. ... Full story

Here Come The Girls!

This self-submitted story by UK fly forum member "Trouts Louts" charts the rise of girl power in the fly fishing world and in particular in the authors own household. Fishermen everywhere - beware! ... Full story

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