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Pink salmon, have urges – will travel

For an invasion of pink salmon to happen in New England and Eastern Canada, a whole lot of weirdness would have to happen - hmm? [...]

November 15, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

It turns out that sex can move mountains

Living things shape surroundings. Trees stop landslides; beavers slow water, create wetlands, flood plains and habitats for different trees and animals [...]

October 24, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Atlantic salmon, north of north in Norway

Fly fishing, catching, and eating a wild Atlantic salmon is a gift to mankind from the great “Breathmaker.” If offered the chance to partake, do whatever it takes to participate in fishing for one [...]

September 27, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Industry News: With passion, Umpqua Feather Merchants turns 45

Umpqua is collaborating with Trout Unlimited and the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska to raise $45,000 to help conserve and restore key salmon and trout habitat [...]

February 3, 2017 Industry News, RECENT, scroll

Conservation: What are the fish telling us?

Salmon, often known as the King of Fish, was once one of the most abundant creatures in the sea, dominating the waters in the northern hemisphere. [...]

October 30, 2015 Conservation, Fly Fishing, RECENT, Science, Slide

Feature Story: About steelhead; the fish of a 1,000 casts

The native west coast variety of steelhead run up rivers to spawn, and otherwise live in the Pacific Ocean. Steelhead have been stocked in the Great Lakes tributaries for decades [...]

September 30, 2014 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Of Interest: Healthy juvenile coho dine on relatives’ remains

While juvenile coho salmon feed directly on spawning pink and chum salmon carcasses and eggs, even coho with no direct contact with spawning pink and chum benefit from their nutrient contributions to stream ecosystems [...]

June 18, 2014 Of Interest, RECENT, Slide