Fly Life Magazine

Browsing the "national geographic" Tag

So far, good hunting and fishing outcomes are “Slip slidin’ away”

Trump’s authoritarian and destructive environmental policy is one of the areas that satisfy a minority, but a dozen or more Republicans are not on board. [...]

August 8, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

You can’t fly fish for oysters, but with them you can keep-on

Trump destroyed the Clean Power Plan... reducing emissions from power plants – the biggest sources of carbon pollution by 32% from 2005 levels by 2030 [...]

October 24, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Killing all the big fish has serious consequences for mankind

The simplest way of protecting old fish is to establish marine reserves. It assures some portion of the senior age class is not caught. Getting commercial fishermen on-board is critical [...]

September 19, 2017 RECENT, Slide

Brown Trout: The Angler’s Notepad

For most, catching big fish is a pure luck event, for other's, it's a lifelong pursuit. The latter requires a temperament of patience [...]

August 23, 2017 RECENT, Slide

It’s all about how you wiggle the worm

Equally as important as tying a fly that swims right is the ability of the angler to impart the correct action to swim it just right. [...]

July 25, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Of Interest: About that sale on salmon – hmmm?

When fish farming has one big advantage over land animals: You have to feed them a lot less. Fish need fewer calories, because they’re cold-blooded [...]

September 16, 2015 News, Of Interest, RECENT, Slide

Of Interest: Cali on water alert, but there’s a drop to waste

As for the foolishness of agricultural subsidies, until recently, the federal government paid me, a New York journalist, $588 a year not to grow crops in Oregon. I rest my case [...]

June 15, 2015 Of Interest, RECENT, Slide

News: Two million acres of wetlands and riverside forests reborn

Bringing back two million acres of wetlands and riverside forests that had disappeared for a century [...]

June 3, 2014 News, RECENT, Slide

Conservation: Another damn dam bites the dust and habitat gains

I’d hiked through this area before, but had never sought out the stretch of stream blocked by the structure known as the Bartlett Rod Shop Company Dam [...]

March 20, 2014 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

Friday Fish Frame: Meet Paul Vecsei

Paul Vecsei lives in Yellowknife, Canada where he is a fisheries biologist and spends every free moment working on scientific illustrations of char and trout. [...]

October 18, 2013 FEATURE STORY, Slide