Fall is as much a feeling as a season: It’s doesn’t announce itself so much as it builds. Whether you get that feeling when you’re scrambling up rocky steeps in the early-season heat, or pulling on the drift boat oars when the first nip of fall sets in, this selection of styles offers a dynamic range of breathability, wicking and warmth —the versatility and comfort needed for fall pursuits afield or afloat.
when the first nip of fall sets in, this selection of styles offers a dynamic range of breathability, wicking and warmth —the versatility and comfort needed for fall pursuits afield or afloat.
Being outdoors more than indoors is as natural to ambassador Håkan Stenland as putting meat in boiled coffee. “To tell you the truth, it’s something you probably have to learn to enjoy,” he says—more in reference to the savory drink from his home of Swedish Lappland than his days afield there.Learn More About Håkan
Over the last 25 years, the Federal government has invested billions of dollars in a largely futile attempt to bring our nation’s greatest salmon river back to life. Snake River salmon have been put on trucks and barges, fish ladders have been built—all in the hope that enough salmon would get by four dams on the lower Snake River to reach their historic habitat in numbers that would assure their future.
It’s not working. Wild Snake River salmon are on the brink and the cost of these dams far outweigh the small amount of electricity they generate and transportation they provide and lower-impact alternatives do exist.
This short film about the lower Snake River envisions a future that works for farmers, fishermen, tribes, salmon and the natural world. One that creates thousands of local jobs, restores recreational opportunities, saves taxpayers money, and invests in cleaner energy alternatives.
Watch it and then join us in asking President Obama and Congress to remove these four deadbeat dams on the lower Snake River.
Taking out big, deadbeat dams can be a long, grueling process. With nearly 20 years under our belt fighting for the removal of four deadbeat dams on the lower Snake River—writing letters, funding the grassroots, making inspiring films like DamNation—we know that sometimes what the movement needs is action.
On Saturday October 3, 2015, over 300 people—fishermen, Native Americans, farmers, orca lovers, business owners, salmon advocates, kayakers, and conservationists—gave us a moment to turn up the volume, protest, and push even harder on this issue. Together, this diverse group formed the “Free the Snake Flotilla”.
Three minutes into our float, the v-wakes of submerged rocks in the tailout begin to move, creasing the glassy surface as they peel away from the approaching raft. Skyla and Weston lean forward, scouting ahead.
“Are those all fish?” Skyla asks, then, with rising urgency, “They are! Look!” Weston climbs up onto the bow, afraid to miss out. Chaos ensues. I yell at him to keep his feet on the floor; he ignores me and scrambles for position. “There’s one over there!” he hollers, ...
When the wind double-hauls and the clouds let fly, you do what any sensible angler would: Throw a tighter loop and grin ear to ear. Designed, tested and built with input from some of the finest female anglers in the world, our women's fly fishing line provides all the technical features serious anglers need to fish comfortably all day.