35th Wffc Bih 2015

World Fly Fishing Championship 2019

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What Are Forage Fish?| A Cartoon Crash Course

What Are Forage Fish?| A Cartoon Crash Course

Forage fish are small fishes such as herring, menhaden, and sardines that swim in big schools and feed on plankton. It’s a massive feeding frenzy with remorseless eating machines gorging on a all-u-can-eat buffet… except everything’s really small. They’re not much to look at – in fact, they look like they fell out of an […]

Missouri Record Fish Stories – Bluegill

NARRATOR: Let’s talk about bluegill, everybody’s favorite first fish. They are easy to catch, fight hard, and there are a bunch of them in every farm pond in the state. And oh yeah, they are plenty good eatin’ too. What’s not to love about bluegill? Well, way back in June of 1963, eleven year old […]

How to Fish ID: Pigfish

How to Fish ID: Pigfish

This is a pigfish. A pigfish is similar to a pinfish, with broad spiny dorsal fins. It doesn’t have any teeth, it has kind of rubbery lips, and it also has this mottling silver to green with yellow spots all down its body. Pigfish.

Sonoma Water – Salmon Life Cycle

Sonoma Water – Salmon Life Cycle

Join us as we learn about the incredible journey of the Russian River salmon. The Russian River Watershed includes the Russian River and all the creeks and streams flowing into it. Rainwater that falls in the watershed collects in the surrounding land before most flows into the Pacific Ocean. Did you know? The Russian River […]

Unboxing Science! — Bluefin Tuna Archival Tags

Unboxing Science! — Bluefin Tuna Archival Tags

Hello from the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Happy (Un)Boxing Day! My name is Athena and I work in Conservation & Science, where we study animals and ecosystems to help protect the ocean. Every day we got some really cool tools in the mail. Let’s unbox some science! Oh hey Hank! Athena: OK, go ahead Chuck. […]

Phil the Fish Guy – Safe Fish Handling

Phil the Fish Guy – Safe Fish Handling

(Traffic noise, honking, radio changing dial) (Radio Announcer #1) It’s a gorgeous day weather wise, but we’ve got some real problems on the roads and highways… PHIL: I should have gone fishing today. (Radio Announcer #2) It’s bumper to bumper traffic out there… so expect some long delays… PHIL: I should have gone fishing. (Radio […]

Tarpon Genetic Recapture Study

Tarpon Genetic Recapture Study

Tarpon are one of the most popular and lucrative sport fisheries in Florida waters. Every year tarpon fishing brings millions of dollars to the state economy even though strict state regulations make it generally a catch-and-release fishery. Recreational anglers can help protect and manage these valuable fish by taking part in a field study conducted […]

Meander: Restoring Wildboy Creek

Meander: Restoring Wildboy Creek

You sit quietly, you can hear the sun. The earth reacts to it and it makes the sound, hitting the leaves and the grasses and the trees. Water must meander to be healthy, to serve animals, the life, to serve the earth, the purpose of the earth. I would believe that we are sitting on […]

Fishing with the Pros – Part 6 “Baits, Lures & Equipment”

Fishing with the Pros – Part 6 “Baits, Lures & Equipment”

>>King: There are a lot of basic lures that will catch fish on this lake. Jigs and plastic worms are tremendous lures here year round. But I always suggest, you know, like in the warm weather months if you’re coming here and you just want to have fun, if you’ve got a couple of kids, […]