Fly Fishing The Yucatan

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By Rod Hamilton Standing beside our overheated car, an hour north of Cancun, my three-week fishing adventure to the Yucatan was off to a rocky start. Weeks of preparation and planning had gone into this trip and with military precision three of us were going to explore...



Beefcake Stone

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By Bob Reece As the winter snows of the Rocky Mountains begin to thaw, a change is set in motion. The landscape breaks loose and emerges from a crisp exoskeleton of winter. For many fly fishers the pinnacle of this yearly change is the transformation of Pteronarcys...



First look at the Ibera Wetlands

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By Louis Cahill Every now and then I have to remind myself that a redfish tail isn’t going to pop up along the edge of the grass. The scene looks familiar but what lurks below the surface is a bit more sinister. The Ibera Wetlands, in northern...



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...



The River… Why?

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By Justin Pickett A FAINT FOG ESCAPES ME AS I EXHALE A DEEP BREATH OF MOUNTAIN AIR. I can hear the tumbling waters of my favorite north Georgia stream just off in the distance. They are surely running super low and crystal clear as expected. My angst...