A new WWF report sheds light on the situation of freshwater fish. We talked to Shoal’s Mike Baltzer, about what needs to be done to secure a future for these fish.
The decline of wild Atlantic Salmon in recent times has been dramatic. The Atlantic Salmon Trust fights this trend with evidence-based conservation.
No place on earth is as cluttered with dams as European rivers. We spoke with the World Fish Migration Foundation about removing these obstacles.
For more than two decades the Wild Salmon Center has been fighting to protect wild fish from the Pacific Northwest to the Russian Far East.
Covid-19 sadly is the global topic #1 of 2020. We wondered how it affected salmon and reached out to the Atlantic Salmon Federation.
The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the finest fisheries of North America. Native Fish Society works to keep it that way.
The Arctic Grayling – a historical species that was extirpated in the early 1900s – was once native to Michigan rivers and streams.
The Eastern US was once home to Maine Atlantic Salmon. Can the majestic fish make a comeback there?
Fly fishing books are a great way to take a virtual fly fishing trip in your mind. Especially when the days get shorter.
The Atlantic Salmon is one of the most sought after species in fly fishing. Back in the days it used to populate the big rivers of continental Europe like the Rhine.