Do you ever wonder why fly anglers fish for steelhead in riffles? Or why we fish pools and other slow-water habitats for coho salmon? Most anglers would just say, “because that’s where they are, duh.”
Written by: Kory Boozer, Boozer’s Guide Service
Removal of the Pucker Street Dam will reconnect hundreds of river miles of trout, steelhead, and salmon habitat.
Photo by Tim Scott Images
In the late 1800s, a gem of a river in southwestern Michigan began its long journey toward being straightened, confined, and essentially held hostage, with little chance of ever being . . .
Here’s the latest from the folks at Fly Out Media, featuring the waters around Crystal Creek Lodge, on the Alaska Peninsula. The message of the video is simple, yet profound: where else. . .
Illustration by Knepp Timothy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Each year, thousands of anglers travel to Alaska, British Columbia, and the Great Lakes to cast for coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch)—also known as silver salmon—because of their. . .