Georgia Brook Trout Management is a Dirty Shame

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IT'S A SOUTHERN THING AND YOU GOT TO UNDERSTAND. They are maligned and loathed, as an invasive species, in many of my friends' home waters but here in Georgia, the brook trout is our only native trout. They once held dominion over the roughly four thousand...



Farm Waters

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By Ethan Smith If we want clean water we need to pay farmers to clean it up. What? Yes, let’s pay farmers a premium over the current farm subsidy program to help keep our rivers clean! That sounds crazy right? Well it isn’t, let me explain. The farm...



Study Shows Salmon Farming Results in 20% Loss of Wild Atlantic Salmon

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By Jason Tucker Farm raised salmon may represent a serious threat to wild fish populations. A recently released Scottish study has demonstrated that salmon farming in estuaries used by wild salmon results in a 20% loss in returning wild salmon, mostly as a result of sea lice...



Expedition GRAYLING

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By Brian Kozminski In the not too distant future, there is the real possibility of anglers who wade in Northern Michigan's cold waters to have the opportunity to catch a once native Arctic Grayling. Imagine the potential. Rewriting history in our lifetime. This is truly Epic. Walking...



Take It With You When You Go

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By Justin Pickett PLASTIC BOTTLES AND BAGS. FLIP FLOPS. SPENT BEER CANS. A UNIROYAL TIRE THAT WAS OBVIOUSLY NEVER ROTATED. EVEN CREEPY DOLL HEADS. IT’S AN UNFORTUNATE REALITY OF FISHING – TRASH. Walk the banks of any river or stream that either flows through or borders a...