Georgia Coast’s Redfish on the Decline–Will Management Change?

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From Florida's east coast all the way up to the Chesapeake Bay, redfish or red drum, depending where you're from, offer anglers action-packed and...

Rare Melanistic Alligator Gar Landed on Fly

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The best part about throwing some feathers and fur tied to a hook into dark waters is the mystery around what species will suck...

New Academic Study Finds Relationship Between Florida’s Devastating Red Tides and...

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A recently released academic study validates what many affected Floridians have long suspected: red tides are correlated to and intensified by human activities. Researchers...

Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Announces $600,000 for Permit Research and Conservation

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The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust is the preeminent authority when it comes to bonefish, tarpon, and permit conservation and advocacy. In recent years, BTT...

Good Samaritan Legislation for Abandoned Mine Reclamation Introduced in the U.S....

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Earlier last month in February, a bipartisan group of Senators introduced the Good Samaritan Remediation of Abandoned Hardrock Mines Act, which has significant implications...

A Reflection in Honor of International Women’s Day

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Women are incredible anglers and guides. I am not writing today to convince the few remaining skeptics; read a book, watch the news, or...

Florida Water Battle Over SB 2508 Continues, Concerns Remain

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Last week at the Florida Capitol, an amended Senate Bill 2508 passed by a 37-2 vote. The controversial SB 2508, which deals with environmental...

Washington Fish and Wildlife Closes Coastal Steelhead Fishing Amid ‘Lower-Than-Expected Returns’

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In an emergency move, the Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced a closure of all coastal steelhead fishing this week. The closure...

Life or Death Moment for Florida’s Water Quality Progress

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Florida's water issues are again making national waves. This time around the news does not involve massive fish kills or ribbon-cutting ceremonies for restoration...

BTT Finds Pharmaceutical Contaminants in Florida Bonefish

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A recent study, conducted by Bonefish & Tarpon Trust and Florida International University, sampled 93 bonefish in South Florida, finding seven pharmaceutical contaminants per...