There’s a giant-sized stone couch atop Cader Idris, a mountain near Snowdonia, in Wales, and in ancient British lore if you were brave enough to spend the night, in the morning you’d have become either dead, mad or a poet. … Continue reading
Category Archives: Conservation
A great dark form slides slowly across a pool at Chungju as its consciousness dims. It remembers Han Sang-hun’s voice, that it knew in youth, but has since faded, a lifetime away.
Public access is the greatest gift fishing enthusiasts enjoy from the State, and it comes with many conditions attached. It grants equal ability to enjoy the world’s most prized environments to anyone with a fishing license and means to arrive. … Continue reading
Midcurrent just posted a great little underwater-view expanation of the spawning process for mountain whitefish, brown trout and kokanee salmon (those ugly bastards). Science!
Terry Drinkwine makes me happy to pay dues when he reports the Michigan Fly Fishing Club has donated over $400,000 in grands to various conservation projects over the years. That’s what your funds do–they become bigger through solid communities and … Continue reading