There are a number of videos and stories about the way that salmon and trout can muscle their way upstream and leap up waterfalls. But how high do fish jump? For many species, we don’t yet know the answer. For others, there is some good science available. Here is a look of some of the best known salmonids and the information we have on their ability to leap waterfalls in a single bound: Continue reading How High Do Fish Jump?→
For the Teslin Tlingit, there is not a single child who has ever seen a traditional chinook harvest. This is because the tribe, in order to try and save this resource, went on a fishing hiatus in order to give the fish time to repopulate. Now, the tribe’s youngest legal adults will get to witness the first fish taken since they were babies, and the children are going to see the first fish of their lifetime taken. This is not only a return of a critical species to the habitat and an important food source, but the spiritual heart of this tribe. Continue reading Yukon’s Teslin Tlingit Tribe Celebrates Chinook Harvest in 17 Years→
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Happy Halloween, everyone. This year, we present you with ten of the scariest fish you may encounter. They aren’t all the scariest looking, but instead, they may cause you the most problems in one way or another. Read on to see who makes the cut for scariest-fish of 2016: Continue reading The Scariest Fish, Angler’s Club Style Halloween→
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