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Earth Is Now Our Only Shareholder

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resources we have. This is what we can do.

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fly fishing Stories

It’s All Home Water: Mississippi Clean
It’s All Home Water: Mississippi Clean
It’s All Home Water: Mississippi Clean
Tom Hazelton

The Big Muddy is polluted. Securing the Driftless Area can help clean it.

10 min Read
The Wrong Green
The Wrong Green
The Wrong Green
Steve Hawley

All dams are dirty. Efforts to make them better only make things worse.

7 min Read
Leave It to Beavers
Leave It to Beavers
Leave It to Beavers
Amanda Monthei

Renewing rivers one rodent at a time.

8 min Read
Suing for Survival
Suing for Survival
Suing for Survival
Jann Eberharter

Do Skagit River salmon have legal rights?

6 min Read
If Nothing Changes, Everything Changes
If Nothing Changes, Everything Changes
If Nothing Changes, Everything Changes
Daniel Ritz

Those with the most to lose are uniting to save the Northwest’s salmon and steelhead.

13 min Read
Dude, Where’s My Hatch?
Dude, Where’s My Hatch?
Dude, Where’s My Hatch?
Stephen Sautner

The decline of aquatic insects should bug everyone.

10 min Read
A River’s Own Name
A River’s Own Name
A River’s Own Name
Cameron Keller Scott

Poet Cameron Keller Scott reads an excerpt from his piece, A River’s Own Name.  View a video excerpt of A River’s Own Name at the link below. I. Valley Maker Suppose one day we were to wake up and understand the name of a river. Not the names we’ve given, but the name it asks us to…

8 min Read
Water Is Common Ground
Water Is Common Ground
Water Is Common Ground
Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate

Building community deep in the heart of Texas.

12 min Read
Cow Skull Hill
Cow Skull Hill
Cow Skull Hill
Erin Spaulding

The toughest fish you’ll ever catch could knock a few minutes off your finish time at Flyathlon, a backcountry race in Colorado that combines trail running and fly fishing.

10 min Read
Return from That Other Place
Return from That Other Place
Return from That Other Place
Ben Herndon

Paddling Salish and Nimiipuu home waters, once again.

12 min Read
The Art of Letting Go
The Art of Letting Go
The Art of Letting Go
Steve Schmidt

Updating catch and release.

7 min Read
Running Out of North
Running Out of North
Running Out of North
Dylan Tomine

An excerpt from Dylan Tomine’s Headwaters: The Adventures, Obsession, and Evolution of a Fly Fisherman proves he was born to fish and born to write.

4 min Read
Not Hurt, Healing
Not Hurt, Healing
Not Hurt, Healing
Aimee Eaton

Taking off the bandages is just the beginning.

13 min Read
One Fish to Feed Them All
One Fish to Feed Them All
One Fish to Feed Them All
Steve Duda

Tiny but mighty, herring might be the most important fish in the ocean.

7 min Read
It’s All Home Water: Restorative Shovels and Dynamite
It’s All Home Water: Restorative Shovels and Dynamite
It’s All Home Water: Restorative Shovels and Dynamite
Gregory Fitz

Upstream of the Snake River dams in Idaho, Riggins waits for the fish to return.

17 min Read
The Pisgah Paradox
The Pisgah Paradox
The Pisgah Paradox
Kristian Jackson

In North Carolina’s Pisgah National Forest, a collaboration between anglers and mountain bikers uses better trails to create healthier rivers.

10 min Read
It’s All Home Water: Cuyahoga Comeback
It’s All Home Water: Cuyahoga Comeback
It’s All Home Water: Cuyahoga Comeback
Stephanie Vermillion

Ohio’s burning river made headlines in 1969. Now, the Cuyahoga’s telling a new story.

10 min Read
Shifting Currents
A person with long brown hair wearing a white t-shirt with a rainbow graphic.
Shifting Currents
Emerald LaFortune

Guiding queer identities in rural Idaho.

11 min Read
Be Brave. Be Kind. Go Get ‘Em!
Be Brave. Be Kind. Go Get ‘Em!
Be Brave. Be Kind. Go Get ‘Em!
Aimee Eaton

Raising activist anglers.

11 min Read
It’s All Home Water: The Bahamas
It’s All Home Water: The Bahamas
It’s All Home Water: The Bahamas
Nick Roberts

Roots and recovery on Abaco and Grand Bahama Islands.

12 min Read
Last Chance to Get It Right
Last Chance to Get It Right
Last Chance to Get It Right
Gregory Fitz

Rule changes and the future of the Olympic Peninsula’s wild steelhead.

18 min Read
Born with This
Born with This
Born with This
Steve Duda

The last days of the Klamath River dams.

20 min Read
The Darkest Web
The Darkest Web
The Darkest Web
Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate

Protecting the Gulf of Mexico from illegal fishing.

11 min Read
It’s All Home Water: The Crash of Florida’s Tarpon Capitol
It’s All Home Water: The Crash of Florida’s Tarpon Capitol
It’s All Home Water: The Crash of Florida’s Tarpon Capitol
Monte Burke

A Small Florida Town Was Once Host to the World’s Largest Tarpon. What Happened?

12 min Read
You Call Yourself an Angler?
You Call Yourself an Angler?
You Call Yourself an Angler?
Stephen Sautner

Conservation, fishing and the 2020 election.

7 min Read
Share the Love. Share the Poster.
Share the Love. Share the Poster.
Share the Love. Share the Poster.
Steve Duda

Patagonia Fly Fish releases “We Stand for the Water We Stand In” poster.

2 min Read
When Mountains Become Islands
When Mountains Become Islands
When Mountains Become Islands
John Larison

Are public lands still “public” when you can’t access them?

8 min Read
Taking Back Puget Sound
Taking Back Puget Sound
Taking Back Puget Sound
Dylan Tomine

A bold plan to kick net-pen salmon farms out for good.

7 min Read
It’s All Home Water: The People’s River
It’s All Home Water: The People’s River
It’s All Home Water: The People’s River
Dave Zoby

How Casper reimagined the North Platte.

12 min Read
Home Pool, Sulphur Creek: Losing a Favorite Fishing Spot to Climate Change
Home Pool, Sulphur Creek: Losing a Favorite Fishing Spot to Climate Change
Home Pool, Sulphur Creek: Losing a Favorite Fishing Spot to Climate Change
Peter Heller

When you lose your trout stream to climate change, where do you go to find yourself? It was late September and the creek ran clear and low out of the West Elks in southwestern Colorado. My favorite time of year: Through the V of the ravine upstream I could see the shoulders of Mount Gunnison…

7 min Read
Bahamas Bonefish Conservation with Aaron Adams
The author admires a bonefish caught and released on the flats of Grand Bahama. Photo: Justin Lewis
Bahamas Bonefish Conservation with Aaron Adams
Nick Roberts

I recently had the opportunity to tag along with two of the world’s leading bonefish researchers for a weekend of fishing Grand Bahama Island out of East End Lodge. Dr. Aaron Adams serves as the director of science and conservation for Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT), a non-profit based in Miami whose mission is to conserve…

9 min Read
Civil Rights and Bonefishing in Bimini
Ansil Saunders points to the mangrove island, still visible today, where the all-tackle world-record bonefish was landed. Photo: Brian Irwin
Civil Rights and Bonefishing in Bimini
Brian Irwin

Fly fishing guide Ansil Saunders recalls his time in the boat with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

8 min Read
A Fisherman Reflects on Global Warming
Photo: Bruce Kirkby
A Fisherman Reflects on Global Warming
Yvon Chouinard

I’m not a scientist. But I am a fisherman of more than 70 years, and I’ve seen firsthand that of the myriad threats facing cold-water fish all over the world, global warming is the most dire. Water all over the planet is heating up in response to climate change, and our cold-water fish are in…

3 min Read
How Yvon Taught My Kids About Fly Fishing
Photo: Dylan Tomine
How Yvon Taught My Kids About Fly Fishing
Dylan Tomine

Teaching your kids to fish is smart. Having Yvon Chouinard teach your kids to fish is genius.

4 min Read
The Salmon Foxtrot: The Wisdom of Fishermen
Photo: Håkan Stenlund
The Salmon Foxtrot: The Wisdom of Fishermen
Håkan Stenlund

Back in Tokyo, for a break. Just in need of a change, you know, “to get away from things.” Having worked hard all summer long, there couldn’t be more of a contrast between reeling in salmon on a river in Swedish Lapland and heading to Tokyo. For me, working hard means fishing hard and playing…

6 min Read
Notes (and Photos) From a Non-Angler on a Fishing Trip
Photo: Andrew Burr
Notes (and Photos) From a Non-Angler on a Fishing Trip
Andrew Burr

Professional photographer Andrew Burr reaffirms his skill set in Mongolia.

4 min Read

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