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New England Fall Fishing

New England Fall Fishing by Sean Obrien

Although not the last gasp of the fishing season, the first few weeks in September can be defined as the beginning of the end.  Tropical storm remnants can impact water temperature, migration patterns can be affected, and the fish are just plain confused.  The good news is, that in all of this confusion, we enter the opening of New England fall fishing , which I consider a separate season in itself.  Trout fishing picks back up as the water temperatures cool, and many states restock ponds and streams in the fall to create holdover trout for the winter anglers.  Saltwater fishing in New England also gets a boost, as the bottom dwelling species come to the forefront, and the albie, or false albacore bite becomes the target of choice. Continue reading New England Fall Fishing

The World Recreational Fishing Conference

Angling Meets Science at the World Recreational Fishing Conference

by Debbie Kay 

Whether you’re interested in better understanding the stream and lake systems around them, want to know why your fishing rules are changing or learn better ways to help make freshwater fishing something that your grandchildren can share with their grandchildren, the World Recreational Fishing Conference is an excellent opportunity to learn and to share knowledge.  The conference will be in Victoria, BC between July 16th to 20th, 2017.  The chance to submit an abstract to speak will open on July 20th, 2016. Continue reading The World Recreational Fishing Conference

Gila Trout Protected by New Mexico

Barriers Should Keep Invasive Interlopers out of Gila’s Native Habitat

Gila Trout by Debbie Kay

In a move to protect a stretch of Willow Creek along the Gila Wilderness, the US Forest Service is moving forward with construction of a fish passage barrier during the spring of 2016.  These barriers are designed to keep invasive fish, often hatchery-bred rainbows, from taking over the habitat. Also protect  threatened Gila trout from interbreeding them out of existence.  The project, funded by a combination of state and federal grants, is one of many barriers that have been constructed throughout the American West.  Also to protect unique trout species with limited range. Continue reading Gila Trout Protected by New Mexico

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Fishing Canada: Volume 1

Alberta to Nova Scotia

By Debbie Kay

As a part of the Sunday Series, Angler’s Club Magazine has put together a brief list of fishing information to help you plan your fishing vacations next year.  Here is a quick look at the territories and Provinces of Canada, what to catch and where to start. Continue reading Fishing Canada: Volume 1

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50 States of Fishing: Volume 8

Vermont to Wyoming

By Debbie Kay

As a part of the Sunday Series, Angler’s Club Magazine has put together a brief list of fishing information to help you get started planning your fishing vacations next year.  Here’s a quick look at

photo credit roilbroil
photo credit roilbroil

fifty states worth of what to catch and where to get started: Continue reading 50 States of Fishing: Volume 8

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