Thursday, March 21, 2019

Orvis CEO Meets with Florida Governor Scott to Discuss Efforts to Save the Everglades

Written by: Perk Perkins, CEO of the Orvis Company.  CEOs from around the State of Florida have banded together to advocate on behalf of one...

Atlantic Salmon Record Season on Ponoi

“Everything is perfect at the bottom of the steps.” -As quoted by Ian Irvine, longtime Ponoi angler and star/narrator of The Incomparable Ponoi. Ian returned to Ponoi this week with fellow angler Dick Penley, and together they brought into camp a whopping thirty years combined experience on the river.

Tougher Measures Needed to Save Canadian Salmon

Conservation group issues no-kill plea as fish numbers plummet.

Fly Fishers Raise £15k for Charity

Over 30 attendees from across the retail sector and including Fish and Fly, took part in the 29th Charity Fly Fishing Day organised by...

Rare ‘White’ Marlin Caught

A fishing crew in Costa Rica caught and released a 300lb marlin that has set the international angling community abuzz.

Simms Launches New Blog Called "The Wading Room"

Well known fly fishing apparel and luggage manufacturer Simms based in Bozeman, Montana have launched a brand new blog called "The Wading Room".

Thomas Turner buys collection of 95 Hardy reels & rods

The owner was initially was going to try eBay, however when he considered listing 95 items, taking approx. 500 good photographs, making...

Non-native Salmon Found in UK Waters

The Environment Agency is urging anglers to get in touch with information after reports of a non-native salmon species in the north east of the UK

The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel Kicks off Tarpon Season

The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel claims the first recorded tarpon caught on a rod-and-reel so it’s only natural it should host two major tournaments in May during tarpon season. The second annual “Ding” Darling & Doc Ford’s Tarpon Tournament on Fort Myers Beach takes place May 4 and the 31st annual World’s Richest Tarpon Tournament kicks-off in Boca Grande on May 23.

Bristol Bay Salmon Back at Risk from Pebble Mine

As an unintended consequence of last year’s election, the developers of the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay got what they’ve been praying for...
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