Yes, women probably aren’t comfortable in fly shops. But sometimes neither are men.
Saving endangered species such as salmon needs a global effort.
Across the globe fish are having a hard time to migrate up and down rivers. The global swimways project wants to improve their situation.
In his new book Home Waters, John N. Maclean, son of Norman Maclean, author of A River Runs Through It, reflects on his family’s storied fishing history.
In his new book The Optimist: A Case for the Fly Fishing Life, David Coggins, author of the NYT bestseller Men and Style talks about a life built around fly fishing.
The River Dee is music to the ears of salmon anglers anywhere. We spoke to the conservation organisation The River Dee about the work they do on location.
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.