Category Archive: Conservation

Walking to Willows

Walking to Willows

    It was with an otherwise unmemorable fish, an unmemorable fly with a forgettable hookset, fight and bringing-to-hand.  The problem birthed during the process of lifting …

 

Peter’s Progress

Peter’s Progress

I got an email from Peter C. a few days ago (ok, over a week ago…) that I haven’t gotten around to posting and sharing …

 

Bear River

Bear River

I’ve been communicating with Brian Kozminski throughout this trash contest, and he’s provided me with some great information and some inspiring reports on the work …

 

Update on Lamprey

Update on Lamprey

A few weeks ago I posted some photos of a lamprey being killed/eaten by a water snake. Some concern was expressed by some (and held …

 

A Great Motto

A Great Motto

One of the most active contestants in the Trash Contest has been Karli-Rae from Iowa; she’s sent me numerous trash reports and is slowly and …

 

Oak Creek in Arizona

Oak Creek in Arizona

Another contestant got in touch with me and immediately showed a real passion for a certain stream: Oak Creek in Northern Arizona. After a few …

 

“Catch of the Day” …yeah, right.

“Catch of the Day” …yeah, right.

I don’t normally speak up about most things; I try to keep the peace and not be a disturbance. Sometimes, however, something begs for more …

 

Progress

Progress

The Trash Contest is in full swing, but so is the heat. I’m hopeful that I’ll be getting dozens more emails with photos like this …

 

Bug Card

Bug Card

I received this as a part of a packet of information for the Missouri Stream Team startup I’m a part of along with Chris and …

 

Stumped (Update–just figured it out)

Stumped (Update–just figured it out)

Walking along stalking for Carpies, I spotted this just ahead of me. “Hey look at that, that’s a water snake eating a leech! A big …