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Sunday, 09 October 2016 16:22

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  • Deschutes: A River Worth Fighting For

    Featured Content Feb 18, 2018 | 10:39 am

    Deschutes: A River Worth Fighting For Portland General Electric in 2010 began operating a "Selective Water Withdrawal" tower above Round Butte Dam on central Oregon's Deschutes River. The ecology of the lower Deschutes, one of the West's premier flyfishing destinations, has suffered ever since. These ecological impacts, in turn, have negatively affected businesses and communities in north Central Oregon that rely on the river. This short vid explains how selective water withdrawal operations have impacted the community of Maupin, Oregon, and highlights the efforts of the Deschutes River Alliance to fight back.

  • EPA Flip-Flop on Pebble Raises Flags

    Featured Content Feb 14, 2018 | 15:06 pm

    EPA Flip-Flop on Pebble Raises Flags  “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.”—Franklin D. RooseveltWhat a difference a year makes. Just over a year ago, the proposed Pebble Mine at the headwaters of the world’s largest wild salmon run located in Bristol Bay, Alaska was on its deathbed. Then the regime change led to a directive from new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt last May to withdraw protections for the watershed against certain mining activities.

  • HOWLER BROS | Spring 2018

    Featured Content Feb 13, 2018 | 12:54 pm

    HOWLER BROS | Spring 2018 The crew at Howler Bros. recently took its Spring 2018 collection (which drops today) down to Abaco, Bahamas. "We found beautiful water, beautiful people and many days filled with lobster diving, blue hole finding, bonefish chasing and wave discovering. Come along for the journey."

  • Wyoming’s Drug Ranch

    Featured Content Feb 9, 2018 | 10:49 am

    Wyoming’s Drug Ranch Cocaine smuggler’s former Clarks Fork property returns to the spotlight for a public lands squabbleBoat captain Stewart Allen Bost and his pals almost slipped into obscurity after they smuggled more than 3,000 kilos of Columbian cocaine from the Bahamas to South Florida in 1986. With approximately $1.35 million lining his pockets, Bost sought early retirement a year later, purchasing a 657-acre spread on the banks of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, in northwestern Wyoming.

  • Down the Homestretch of the #DrakeMagBigYear

    Featured Content Feb 7, 2018 | 09:50 am

    Down the Homestretch of the #DrakeMagBigYear With less than three months remaining, competition is fierceGoatfish, grayling, giant trevally, brown trout, one “huuuuge sunfish,” and many, many more, this edition of the #DrakeMagBigYear has anglers around North America chasing an incredible diversity of fish species on the fly. Which as it were, is pretty much the point of the contest—explore beyond your typical spots, make everyday on the water fun, and catch new fish.


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