Damaging Freshwater Releases Again Threaten South Florida’s Coasts
Welcome to the latest installment of the Wednesday Wake-Up Call, a weekly roundup of the most pressing conservation issues important to anglers. . . .
. . . Last Friday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers started sending the polluted fresh water down the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee again, and the effects are shocking. Off the tip of Sanibel Island, the “blackwater” discharge met the clear, blue ocean water, and the contrast between the two is stark.
How Long Do Prepackaged Leaders Last?
Question: Saw your column on prepackaged leaders. Here’s a parallel question: How long will those unopened, prepackaged leaders last in my vest or gear bag? When do I toss them, or should I wait until I start losing fish? Some even have expiration dates on them. Should I toss all that are past their due date?
Orvis Revamps Rod Repair Process
Rod repairs are no fun for anyone. But the process can be made easier with modern technology, and Orvis has just introduced a new rod repair procedure that makes it seamless and quick for customers to return their rods for repair and track their progress.
The 2018 IFTD/ICAST Show will be held in the North/South Hall at the Orange County Convention Center
Don’t Miss the 2018 International Fly Tackle Dealer Show — the largest international gathering of fly fishing manufacturers, retailers, sales reps, media and fly fishing organizations in the world.
Our “NATION’S RIVER” is Making a Remarkable Comeback
Once declared a “national disgrace” by President Lyndon Johnson, the Potomac River is making dramatic turnaround.
Statement by the Head of the U.S. Delegation regarding the new regulatory measure for the West Greenland salmon fishery
All fishers for Atlantic salmon, including both private and commercial fishers, will now be required to obtain a license.
Underwater grasses grow in the shallow waters of the Bay and its streams. They provide food and habitat to wildlife, add oxygen to the water and trap sediment and nutrient pollution.