Fly Life Magazine

Browsing the "Canada" Tag

Open net pens fail, again, and Atlantic salmon rot and stink up NL shoreline

Most agree Atlantic salmon aquaculture can be a good thing. However, salmon farming science regarding open pens is not science, its' bull shit and needs to be fixed. [...]

October 11, 2019 Atlantic salmon, Atlantic Salmon Federation News, Breaking News, FEATURE STORY, Slide, water pollution event

The Atlantic Salmon Federation’s vision for the world-famous Miramichi

Become a member of the Atlantic Salmon Federation and join the international movement for wild rivers and wild salmon. [...]

August 20, 2019 Atlantic Salmon Federation News, Conservation, RECENT, Research, Slide

Atlantic salmon smolt leave freshwater at greater peril, newly risen enemies lurk

Presently, it's not clear whether the higher predation level is the result of better tracking technology or the booming striped bass population. [...]

July 24, 2019 Atlantic Salmon Federation News, Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide

There’s a new map of wild Atlantic salmon rivers

The Atlantic salmon is the célèbre for the metaphor "The fish of a thousand casts." For those who chase it no fish will salve the want to fly fish. [...]

June 27, 2019 Conservation, Destinations, FEATURE STORY, Fly Fishing, Salmon Fishing, Slide

We lost the most epochal fish in the most epic coordinate

Everyone knows what incentivizes climate change, but politicians yield to industry lies - Silent Spring & Tobacco. [...]

April 16, 2019 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide

Blueprint needed for saving wildlife, Atlantic Salmon

Allowing the decline in Atlantic salmon returns to North America from Greenland's overharvesting, aquaculture, pollution, and dams is inexcusable. [...]

March 15, 2019 RECENT, Slide

One Pacific salmon out of 100 survives the ocean

The goal of the researchers is to find out why so few salmon survive the ocean, only one in a hundred. This study's finding greatly anticipated. [...]

March 7, 2019 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

‘Long lost’ population of St. John River striped bass may have been discovered

For more than four decades it was believed native striped bass in the St. John River had been lost forever. [...]

November 29, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

First Canadian striped bass fishery in 20 years makes a splash

Eel Ground First Nation obtained a commercial fishery license this year, marking the first time the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans has allowed the fishery since striped bass were labelled endangered in 1996. [...]

November 13, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

There isn’t a single good reason to not fish tube flies

Taking the step into tube fly tying couldn't cost more than $25 to $40. All feathers and fur are the same tying techniques. [...]

October 16, 2018 RECENT, Slide