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Coastal habitat, an artful look at South Florida

Barry Fellman’s Mangrove Coast photographs explore the realm of marine and shore life around South Florida’s mangroves. [...]

August 11, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

White bass, the under-rated fly fishing target

White bass are active early spring spawners. Schools of males migrate upstream to spawning areas as much as a month before females. [...]

March 1, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide, Tips & Tactics

Conservation: New findings on young salmon’s perilous migration

Biotelemetry studies over the last several years have begun to reveal how, where and why predation of the young salmon and steelhead trout are affected [...]

November 29, 2016 FEATURE STORY, News, Slide

Video: This film takes you steelheading where few go

Todd Moen's “RUN” series is the most amazing compilation of steelhead fly fishing short films ever made. Spring Run is the most engaging of the series yet. [...]

October 26, 2016 FEATURE STORY, Slide, Videos

Profile: Monte Burke interview with BTT’s Aaron Adams

"Based on the life cycle of bonefish, we are investigating whether bonefish that are spawned in Cuba make their way to the Florida Keys." [...]

March 9, 2016 FEATURE STORY, Profile, Slide

News: Rivernotes from Atlantic Salmon Federation. Season ends

If you have not fished and caught Atlantic salmon, you are missing one of halieutics greatest thrills. The Atlantic salmon is a harder fighter than cousins Pacific. [...]

October 19, 2015 News, RECENT, 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

Wednesday Fish Facts: What causes KYPE in spawing trout?

The hooked jaw is in the lower jaw and where there are strong teeth. The male uses the hooked jaw to bite other males that are trying to fertilize eggs. [...]

January 8, 2014 FEATURE STORY, Slide, Wednesday Fish Facts

Video: Herring Migration courtesy of The Baymen Life

A female herring will lay anywhere between 50,000 and 100,000 eggs up in the freshwater ponds...then right back down to the ocean. [...]

December 3, 2013 Conservation, RECENT, Science, Slide, Videos

Video: Why do Alaska’s salmon leave their natal waters?

Scientists try to piece together what might have happened nearly 2,000 years ago [...]

November 29, 2013 RECENT, Slide, Videos