Living Lakes Groundwater Monitoring Shows Water Levels ar...
Our friends at Living Lakes Canada recently completed their summer site visits as part of their Groundwater Monitoring Program. They visited close to 22 Volu...
Video: Using Hackle Guards
Phil Monahan put this piece together for the Orvis blog a few days ago, and it's definitely worth sharing. The post Video: Using Hackle Guards appeared first...
IGFA Permit Invitational 2021
The folks over at the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) are hosting their second annual Permit Invitational. The post IGFA Permit Invitational 2021 ...
Chip Brown pre-files bill to provide tax cuts to Alabama ...
“Alabama law currently provides the agricultural industry with tax exemptions and other benefits that are not currently extended to commercial fishing ventur...
Macduff Shipyards completes first new build pair trawl or...
Macduff Shipyards has handed over two new fishing vessels Faithful (FR 129) and the Crystal River (FR 178) to their respective owners Stewart Buchan and Davi...
The changing face of Moss Landing
Weathered by age and the sea, rusted railings mark the path to Bay Fresh Seafoods, a one-room shop where fourth-generation Moss Landing fisherman Jerid Rold ...
Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Stern Man Susan Amelia Clark o...
Susan Amelia (Collins) Clark, 81, passed away at home on Sept. 17, 2021, after a long, brave, and often miraculous battle with multiple health issues. She me...
F/V Nicola Faith: Families to set up charity to improve s...
Alan Minard, Ross Ballantine, and Skipper Carl McGrath died after their boat, the F/V Nicola Faith, sank off Colwyn Bay in January. Their relatives plan to w...
Canada: Federal election night upsets
Two incumbent Liberal ministers along with two party leaders suffered defeat in the federal election on Monday. Liberal Fisheries and Oceans Minister Bernade...
Tying Tuesday: Orange Head Mary
This variation on a pheasant tail nymph is a productive fly, especially in the fall months. The post Tying Tuesday: Orange Head Mary appeared first on MidCur...
Loon Debuts New Ergo Quick Release
Their latest addition is a new Ergo Quick Release tool, designed to allow you to release fish without ever touching them.  The post Loon Debuts New Ergo Quic...
“Sea Otters To End West Coast Fishing” Huh! fishermen nee...
For decades, Julie Packard has spearheaded a campaign to curtail fishing under the guise of “conservation.” As this campaign has evolved, it has become a tal...
A Dozen Cart Wipes Found During Shoreline Cleanup
September 17th Cleanup Recap On September 7th, volunteers and FOLKSS staff did a shoreline clean up near Chahko Mika mall. In a span of two hours, they fille...
Offshore windfarms – some of the important actors
While I might have missed some of it, I haven’t seen much discussion of “who’s on first” vis-à-vis offshore windfarm development. Considering this, and consi...
Search resumes for missing Mary’s Harbour fishermen with ...
The search for two missing fishermen from Mary’s Harbour has resumed with the help of the Canadian Armed Forces and the coast guard Monday, after the o...
Lost Labrador fishermen
Seaward Enterprises Association of Newfoundland and Labrador has called on the National Commissioner of the RCMP to immediately request that the Joint Rescue...
Walter “Skip” Sheppard III of Ipswich, Ma. Owner of “Thre...
Walter “Skip” Sheppard III, 68, of Ipswich, MA, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, with his loving family by his side after a...
The Gig Harbor fishing fleet had a bonanza season in Alas...
“This has been our best season in six years,” said Matt Munkres, who skippers the Gig Harbor-based Julien, a 54-foot purse seiner. “And we got good prices, s...
‘Our boys deserve more time’ – “This is unacceptable! Thi...
The father of one of the two men aboard a fishing vessel lost in waters off southern Labrador is appealing to the Canadian Coast Guard to reverse its decisio...
5 Old-School Striper Patterns
With the fall run of striped bass fast approaching, you're probably spending some time at the tying vise to get ready. The post 5 Old-School Striper Patterns...
Grundens Releases Fall 2021 Products
Grundens, one of the world's leading fly fishing apparel and gear companies, has recently released new products for Fall 2021.  The post Grundens Releases Fa...
Science to support Canada’s SARA-listed freshwater species
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Volume 78, Issue 9, Page iii-iii, September 2021.
French fisherman cause Brexit storm on Jersey’s power-sup...
French fishermen, angry over fishing rights, have staged a protest on Jersey’s power-supplying beach. On Saturday, September 18, over 100 people from France’...
Search for Mary’s Harbour fishermen enters 2nd day as N.L...
The fishermen, Marc Russell and Joey Jenkins, were expected to land in Mary’s Harbour around 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Local fishing crews began the search ...
Maine: Next Generation Of Lobstermen Brace For Unpreceden...
On a boat near Kennebunkport in late July, lobsterman Chris Welch demonstrated new ropeless gear made by a Massachusetts company. It costs about $4,000 per t...
England’s biggest fish market at sunrise – Brixham Fish M...
At the meek hour of 2am, boxes upon boxes of fish are being sliced, sorted, and shipped, generating thousands in revenue before the sun has begun to rise. Th...
Hurricane Ida: Commercial fishers in Louisiana – “That’s ...
“I was just trying to save every little thing I could and ended up losing it anyway,” Darrel Domangue said. “It’s hard to leave when ...
Podcast: The Orvis Guide with Sasha Danylchuk
Tom Rosenbauer hosts the Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing podcast, and recently had Sasha Danylchuk on. The post Podcast: The Orvis Guide with Sasha Danylchuk appe...
Hurricane Ida: In this bayou town, Louisiana fishers team...
Milton Naquin would otherwise be running his shrimp boat out of Delcambre with white shrimp season in full swing. But instead last Thursday he and his family...
East Hampton Eyes Options After Losing Truck Beach Appeal...
New York State’s highest court buried the Town of East Hampton’s bid to overturn a ruling that Truck Beach in Amagansett is private property, but the fight a...
Ironwood Ridge grad’s ‘Deadliest Catch’ work may earn him...
When storms in the Bering Sea bruise and batter the crab fishing boats from the popular Discovery series, “Deadliest Catch,” it’s Ironwood Ridge High School ...
Going Full Crackpot! Sale of live crabs, lobsters and fur...
Fur and live crabs and lobsters will no longer be allowed to be sold at markets in the Dutch capital from 2022. Amsterdam city council has decided to ban the...
Dennis Gaff – ‘Proud to be a Cromer fisherman’
Tributes have been paid to a stalwart of Cromer’s fishing scene, who has died at the age of 90. When Dennis Gaff, who was born in the town, was asked l...
Rare Minerals More Prevalent due to Low Flows
Per a new report, scientists have discovered that there's a significantly higher level of rare earth minerals present in Colorado's Snake River. The post Rar...
Seine season brings ‘bright light’ to struggling fleet
In a year when the fishery was shut down for 16 days, inflicting economic pain on gillnetters, the seine season proved a bright light overall for commercial ...
DFO returns patrol boats back to the wharf in Meteghan
After a confusing week for both commercial and aboriginal fishers DFO’s patrol vessels have returned to the wharf in Meteghan. After stories on the move ran ...
DMR briefs legislature on impact of NOAA’s new lobstering...
On September 14, the Maine Legislature’s Committee on Marine Resources met and discussed the impact new rules recently released by the NOAA will have on Main...
Published Today: New Regulations for Northeast Lobster an...
Changes to Seasonal Restricted Areas Begin October 18, 2021; All Other Changes Effective May 1, 2022. The final rule to Amend the Atlantic Large Whale Take R...
Learning how to Identify Amphibians by their Calls
On Friday, September 3rd we hosted a virtual workshop on identifying amphibians that are local to the Kootenay area. Many local Amphibian species are impacte...
Photo’s! Hoopers Island boat docking competition to benef...
The Hoopers Island Boat Docking went off without hitch, and with a lot of hitches as boat captains competed in the annual fundraising competition. The compet...
‘A reckless approach to regulation’ – Aquaculture critic ...
More than 90,000 salmon being farmed in an open-net aquaculture pen on Newfoundland’s south coast died over the weekend, the Department of Fisheries, F...
SAFMC votes to allow rock shrimp harvest adjacent to Ocul...
Commercial rock shrimpers are one step closer to being allowed to fish on the Oculina coral reef bank that’s been protected from their bottom-raking tr...
Selling Whale Poop
The stone is waxy, gritty, and leaves on the skin a trace of oily resin not unlike cannabidiol. Its smell, which so many have labelled “indescribable,” is an...
North Carolina Fisheries Association Weekly Update for Se...
Legislative updates, Bill updates, Calendar, >Click here to read the Weekly Update<, to read all the updates >click here<, for older updates ...
High on the Fly Releases Fall 2021 Collection
The mugs feature original artwork by Stacey Weaver, and are some of the nicest looking fly fishing accessories I've seen.  The post High on the Fly Releases ...
Skeena River Steelhead Returns Abysmal
The British Columbia Federation of Fly Fishers recently announced that, as of August 31, only 5,280 adult steelhead have returned to the Skeena. The post Ske...
Rhode Island Fishermen Eligible to Apply For $255 Million...
The Rhode Island Congressional Delegation and the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) today announce that commercial fishing and charter/for hire bu...
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