35th Wffc Bih 2015

World Fly Fishing Championship 2019

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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 […]

Salmon Ladders Open For Beginning Of Spawning Season

Salmon Ladders Open For Beginning Of Spawning Season

TINTIER THE INFORMATION. THE APP ALSO OFFERS SHORTCUTS AT THE BOTTOM OF YOUR SCREEN FOR YOUR FAVORITE DESTINATIONS BASED ON HISTORY. ANNUAL RITUAL IS ON UNDERWAY THE VIEW SPECTACULAR. THE SALMON LONGITUDE AND LATITUDEERS ARE OPEN AND CHINOOK ARE LEANING. LISA MEADOWS JOINS US LIVE FROM ALONG THE SACRAMENTO RIVER TO EXPLAIN HOW THIS MANMADE […]

Salmon in the Great Lakes: Part 2, Open Water

Salmon in the Great Lakes: Part 2, Open Water

Each fall salmon return to Michigan rivers when they’re easy to spot as they splash their way upstream through clear, shallow water. Rivers provide very little food for large salmon that do most of their feeding and growing in open waters of the Great Lakes. The favorite prey of Chinook salmon is the invasive alewife, […]

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 […]

Impacts of Salmon Farming & Indigenous Resistance

Impacts of Salmon Farming & Indigenous Resistance

Over the past 30 years, an intensive open-net fish farm industry has been established on the west coast, throughout indigenous territories occupied by British Columbia and Washington State. The sockeye salmon return of the Fraser river watershed, the largest salmon run in Canada, was decimated by a construction-related rock slide in 1914 and was slow […]

How Do Fish Breathe? | Animal Science for Kids

How Do Fish Breathe? | Animal Science for Kids

Squeaks and I are adopting a pet goldfish! He lives in a fish tank, and he’s a great swimmer! In fact, this little guy’s whole body is really suited to life in the water. He has great fins to help him swim, and eyes that can stay open in the water. These special body parts […]

Maple-Cured Smoked King Salmon – Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke

Maple-Cured Smoked King Salmon – Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke

Rob: SO JUST CLEANING UP A BIT FOR YOUR CAMERAS. Steven: FROM ALASKA TO NOVA SCOTIA TO NORWAY, SMOKED SALMON IS A CONSTANT ON THE WORLD’S BARBECUE TRAIL. HERE, ON PROJECT SMOKE, WE GIVE IT A NEW ENGLAND TWIST AND WE DO IT ON A GRAND SCALE. THIS MAPLE CURED, MAPLE SMOKED SALMON REFLECTS MY […]