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...



Go Barbless For Big Pike

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By Jason Tucker “One sunny afternoon in Labrador.” I love saying that phrase. One sunny afternoon in Labrador, the dry fly bite for land-locked salmon and brook trout had trailed off to nothing and we were looking for a distraction. We decided to fish for pike. One...



Saturday Shoutout / A Little Humility

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Is it possible we are all a little hypocritical from time to time. I couldn’t resist sharing this article, because it kind of struck home. Honestly, I thought it may have been written for my benefit. Enough so that I offered an apology for something I’d...



Saturday Shoutout / Stones in the River

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A new novella from Jason Tucker of Fontinalis Rising. Long before he was my friend, and a G&G contributor, Jason Tucker was one of my favorite writers. I stumbled across his site and it inspired me. Without knowing it, Jason was instrumental in the forming of...



Fly Fishing Dreams

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By Jason Tucker I COULD HEAR THE VOICES OF TOMMY AND PHIL DOWNSTREAM FROM ME, A HUNDRED OR MORE YARDS AWAY IN THE DARKNESS. They were methodically working over a promising looking pool, skating mice across the surface, discussing the possibilities. I’m kind of impatient so I...