Fly Life Magazine

Browsing the "U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service" Tag

Why are 6.35 million acres of “Public Lands” inaccessible to its owners?

Since Citizens United declared money could buy you out, an endless supply of money has bought influence, legislators, and elections but some dot.orgs fight for you TAKE ACTION. [...]

August 23, 2019 Of Interest, Public Lands, RECENT, Slide, Take Action

Summer is a great time to take a trip, but not like Charlie’s

John Holyoke, Bangor Daily News, penned a story about one Atlantic salmon's journey [Charlie] of over 12,000 miles [two years] so he could find a like traveled girlfriend. [...]

August 5, 2019 Conservation, RECENT, Rivers & Dams, Salmon Fishing, Science, Slide

Kill Pebble Mine, not the world’s most robust salmon fishery

Pink salmon are different from all other salmon species. Their life is just two years long, from egg to death after spawning. [...]

July 8, 2019 Alaska, Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Another damn dam down: “Fish got to swim and birds got to fly”

The Southeast U. S. has bragging rights about its fisheries, Atlantic, coastal, and Appalachian trout with a myriad of opportunities in between. [...]

May 23, 2019 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, News, Slide

Atlantic Salmon may soon again be the “force” in the Sheepscot

The Coopers Mills project was the first phase to improve habitat for endangered Atlantic salmon, shad, alewives, and other sea-run fish species. [...]

April 19, 2019 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Izembek National Wildlife Refuge in the crosshairs

The Izembek road would set a precedent that threatens all wilderness areas and undermines bedrock environmental and conservation laws. [...]

January 23, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide

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 Gila Trout, Saving It

The Gila trout were off limits to anglers for 50 years until 2007. Now select waters in the Gila National Forest were open to anglers and remain so. [...]

October 29, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Breaking News: There is a way to kill Pebble Mine

Federal measures that would ordinarily protect fish habitat are imperiled by Trump who wants development and no environmental restraints. [...]

September 20, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Public Lands: One insult after another

Conservationists believe: "There is a 'right and duty' to use our natural resources to meet current needs - not waste them or mindlessly plunder." [...]

August 23, 2018 RECENT, Slide