Tagged With: conservation
FWC Making Changes to Tarpon Regulations
If you’re a tarpon angler or have dreams of chasing these silver giants and you haven’t heard of all the controversy in Southwest Florida (Boca Grande in particular) about the use of the bottom weighted “boca grande jig” you may want to take a look at some of the discussion going on between both parties. … Continue reading
Love Your River!
Over the years I’ve found throughout my friends whom I fish with and also with myself that since our early days of fishing we’ve evolved from eager, fish-hungry type who strive only for size and numbers to a more patient, grateful kind that has found peace in almost every outing be it good or bad. We’ve … Continue reading
Just saw this on Moldy Chum. I think anyone who appreciates nature and conservation in any aspect should seriously give this a watch. The way the government closes the door to finding real solutions to rehabilitate wild salmon returns in B.C. is a cryin’ shame. It really gives you a clear view of how much … Continue reading
Lamprey Pie Anyone?
The invasive lamprey eels that have made themselves at home in the great lakes were requested from overseas for a traditional pie for Queen Elizabeth II. Because they are a protected species in England they had requested some of the eel-like creatures from the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission. Hopefully, they start eating a lot more … Continue reading
Latest on the Pebble Mine
The votes are in. In nearly one week the people of Alaska will hear the results of their attempts to put a stop the proposed pebble mine project. Read more here http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9Q5LTCO0.htm If anyone is not yet familiar with the pebble project I would suggest doing a bit of research. This proposed open pit copper … Continue reading