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[Sunrise on the Blackfoot River. Photo: © Jeremiah Watt]

Phosphate Mining: Sealing Southern Idaho’s Fate?

By Jeremiah Watt   |   Feb 15, 2011 February 15, 2011

Flipping through travel planners and vacation ads, southeast Idaho sounds much like the glorious west of old. A wild untarnished space, home to elk, moose, deer, and many other species of wildlife, with hundreds of miles of rivers and creeks, all bursting with wild native trout. It is. Or… Read More

Will Obama Dam Salmon to Extinction?

Will Obama Dam Salmon to Extinction?

May 18, 2010 May 18, 2010

In the midst of rightful concern over the plight of the Gulf, consuming conversations about the latest Supreme Court nominee, and the daily soap opera that has become our economy it's easy to become overwhelmed. Information fatigue is real; each of us can only care so much, and… Read More

Fish Dogs

Fish Dogs

Jul 17, 2007 July 17, 2007

Talk all you want about so-called “advancements in fly fishing” — ozone hole-depleting fluorocarbon leaders, boron rods with price tags equivalent to your monthly mortgage, and now waders with front zippers so you can relieve yourself while never having to vacate your coveted spot on the river… Forget the… Read More

Photo courtesy of Susitna River Coalition

The Super Salmon

By Ryan Peterson   |   Dec 20, 2016 December 20, 2016

It is with great pride and excitement that we are sharing The Super Salmon with the world—a little movie about the Su and the spotlight it’s been in these last few years. From the first screening in Talkeetna a year ago, to the dozens more that have… Read More

Fresh Hatch – The Fly Fish Journal is Here

Fresh Hatch – The Fly Fish Journal is Here

Oct 7, 2009 October 7, 2009

When the fishing’s hot, there’s not much that can standbetween you and the water. But we all know fall weather can be a fickle thing; moreso, even, than those finicky browns that have been spurning everything youtoss all season long. Coldertemperatures, cloudy skies, and an icy driving rain can… Read More

Photo: Ben Moon

Free the Snake Flotilla Action!

By Patagonia   |   Oct 8, 2015 October 8, 2015

On Saturday October 3, 2015, over 300 people—fishermen, Native Americans, farmers, orca lovers, business owners, students, salmon advocates, kayakers, and conservationists—took to the lower Snake River in southeastern Washington, a short distance from the Lower Granite Dam. Together, this diverse group formed the “Free the Snake… Read More

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