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Glorious Salmon Runs in Iceland

2013 is already shaping up to be a boom year for Iceland's salmon rivers. ... Full story

Russia – Another Salmon Fishing Tragedy

Salmon anglers mourn the loss of a great salmon angler and fish carver - Umba camp manager Nick Podolsky. ... Full story

Tarpon Research Boost

Louisiana Saltwater Series to host inaugural tarpon tournament to raise DNA research awareness ... Full story

Two Britons Killed on Russian Salmon Fishing Trip

Reports via Sky News suggest that Russian authorities have launched a criminal investigation into a helicopter crash which killed two British salmon anglers and their guide. ... Full story

Breaching the Veazie Dam

You are invited to this historic event that will reconnect Maine’s Penobscot River to the sea for the first time in nearly 200 years! ... Full story

The Fulling Mill Success Story Continues...

A press release from Fulling Mill ... Full story

Footage of the First Marlin Ever Landed on a Fly Rod

Check out this incredible video footage via the Orvis fly fishing blog. ... Full story

Catch Yourself an Atlantic Salmon Today!

No need to be on the right beat, to choose the right fly or to get that cast just right – we make it easy to land yourself a stunning salmon today! ... Full story

Seven Nights on the Alta by Jan Ekman

Help conserve wild Atlantic salmon and enjoy a great book at the same time. The classic "Seven Nights on the Alta" is now available in English. Buy now and support the North Atlantic Salmon Fund. ... Full story

Possible World Record Tarpon Released in Florida

Capt. Justin Moore released one of the largest tarpon ever caught on Florida's Gulf Coast at the end of June off Anna Maria Island. The monster tarpon was likely a state record of at least 250 pounds, and possibly a world record. But four fishermen took turns fighting it, which negates a record, and Moore didn't have a tarpon tag to keep it. ... Full story

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