FROM TRCP: Anglers and hunters applaud bill that would digitize recreational access information on federal waterways (Washington D.C.)—Today, the Theodore…
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Open to all ages…grab your GEAR…you can’t lose. In a smart reach out to the bass/gear world, Bajio Sunglasses will…
1. All the time! It’s my number-one fish species.
2. Several times a year at least, but it’s not my number-one fish.
3. Several times a year at least, but not with flies and a fly rod. Just gear.
4. A few times a year, depending on what else is going on.
5. Once in a great while… it’s been a year or so,
Filmmaker, videographer, and photographer Harrison Buck has announced a feature film project focused on the impacts of climate change on the livelihoods of two of Grand Bahama’s original fly fishing guide families, produced by Buck’s production company Pandion Creative. Entitled Meko, the feature produced and directed by Buck is a juxtaposition of a society built upon mass tourism and the realities and hardships that hide behind that curtain.
Go to flyfishingjobs.com to solve the problems. It’s always hard to find good staff. That’s been especially tough in the…
From USAC: Mark your calendars! The 2023 USAC General Membership meeting will be held this year on Thursday, December 7,…
From TRCP (Hunters & Anglers for the Brooks Range): Opposition to the proposed Ambler Industrial Road continues to grow November…
1. It’s a mortal angling sin, and should be outlawed.
2. It’s a great way to catch big “personal record” fish!
3. It’s kinda bad, but not that big a deal.
4. It really depends on the species, the place, and the methods used.
5. What are redds?
Wild Unlimited announces the release of their newest masterpiece, the Elements Hoodie. Recognized as one of the most expensive sun hoodies in outdoor apparel, with technical chops that’s guaranteed to
endure the elements for as long as its customers want to (and considering how much they love nature, it’ll be a while). For those who might raise an eyebrow at the price tag, here’s why you should be
SAME JOB. LESS WASTE.
RIO Products has adopted a new 100% compostable and recyclable spool—the most sustainable fly line spool ever made. Their new spools are made of 100% recycled newsprint from renewable resources that have been used at least once and will deliver the lowest environmental impact of any spool on the market. Once you’ve spooled your new RIO line, simply drop the new spool in the recycling bin or better yet, add it to your compost pile or garden.