Fly Life Magazine
Announcements

Browsing the "Conservation" Tag

Rio Grande Cutthroat: Artifacts of epochs past

The restoration of land and a fishery via cooperation of the public, private, state and federal entities is always a reminder that we are a great nation. [...]

December 12, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

The Impearled Atlantic Salmon, NOAA, ASF, and Greenland

This year, a historic 12-year agreement was signed with Greenland fisherman - assisting the recovery of wild Atlantic salmon numbers in North America and Europe [...]

December 7, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Forage fish make the sport fishing wheels go ’round

Preserving the ocean’s forage base is the first step to managing fisheries. It protects against irreversible damage to marine ecosystems.   [...]

December 7, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

New Jersey-size ‘Dead Zone’ is largest ever in Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico hypoxic or low-oxygen zone, also called a dead zone, is an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and other marine life. [...]

December 6, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

The Case Against the Pebble Mine—“Not Now, Not Ever”

Joel Reynolds' take on Pebble Mine as one of the most reckless, widely-opposed development projects anywhere in the world today. [...]

December 4, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Shouts & Murmurs: November 2018

Here are a few industry news items from the past few weeks that we thought worth re-mentioning in case you missed them or want more information. [...]

November 30, 2018 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

There is bonefish connectivity across the Caribbean

With Dr. Aaron Adams freed up for research and Jim McDuffie as the new CEO, BTT has vaulted into a new prominence and regard, worldwide. [...]

November 29, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Atlantic bigeye tuna is approaching collapse

After the iconic Atlantic bluefin tuna, which can go for tens of thousands of dollars per fish, the Atlantic bigeye is the next priciest tuna. [...]

November 21, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Tagged tarpon travels from Lower Florida Keys to Maryland

Little Elmo makes a big journey… BTT began to acoustically tag tarpon in May 2016 in an effort to expand our knowledge of tarpon habitat use and movement at different life stages. We just received a noteworthy report of a [...]

November 20, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide