Monday, January 22, 2018

VIPs gather on the Ponoi to discuss Kola's 'wild lands'

News from Matt Breuer of Ponoi River Company's Ryabaga camp this week included visitations from the governor to Murmansk region Marina Kovtun and the party of PRC owner Ilya Sherbovich. Apart from sampling the salmon-fishing, the parties met up to discuss the future of the Ponoi and other Kola rivers.

Tributaries Fly Fishing Film on Release

Director R. C. Cone delivers a fly fishing story on a global scale...

Greenland’s Salmon Harvest ‘Unsustainable’

The latest scientific report from the ASF indicates that Greenland's take was 63% of the total harvest of returning Canadian Atlantic Salmon.

The Pebble Mine Fight Continues

Fish and Fly Ltd have supported the Save Bristol Bay campaign and the fight against the Pebble Mine since it started several years ago....

Alphonse Island News – Week 6

After weeks of poor conditions the start of week six finally brought some spectacular weather to Alphonse - and the fishing was equally marvellous!

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.

Yorkshire Salmon Returns

The first spawned salmon is found in Yorkshire’s River Dearne for 150 years.

A fabulous Chatsworth Country Fair for Fishing for Schools

Fishing for Schools enjoyed three fabulous days at Chatsworth Country Fair (1-3 September), with the new and improved Fishing for Schools Fisherman’s Village an...

Fly Fishing Movie to Benefit Conservation Projects

On Nov 8 Confluence Films will be showing its newest fly fishing flick ‘Waypoints’ at multiple locations throughout the world to benefit various conservatiuon interests.

Salmon Anglers Tackle the Scottish Independence Issue

An independent Scotland would have a damaging effect on the nation’s salmon fishing industry, creating uncertainty for the annual £240 million income from country sports tourism, claims new research. The report reveals that over half of anglers fear that the break up of the Union would have an adverse impact on field sports tourism. One in four declared themselves “very worried” by the prospect.
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