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Orvis Podcast: Trout Stream Bugs

In this current episode of the Orvis podcast, Tom Rosenbauer talks with Anna Le about marine entomology in trout streams. Le is a teacher and marine entomologist, and she dispense some terrific pointers to assist you find out to...

Fish Getting Smaller as Water Warms

Fish Getting Smaller as Water Warms

Image: Spencer Durrant A brand-new research study takes a look at among the leading theories for a description regarding why fish are getting smaller sized as waters warm all over the world. The leading theory, according to this short...

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Washington’s Wildlife After Dam Removal

Image: Bonnie Moreland/Flickr The folks over at Engadget-- yes, Engadget-- created a splendidly informing story on the effects of the Elwha River Dam elimination in Washington State. As we have actually recorded thoroughly here are MidCurrent, the elimination of...

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Scientists to Study Offshore Wind Impacts on Fish

Picture: Jens Cederskjold/Flickr Researchers are set to study, for the very first time, the effect of setting up overseas wind turbines has on fish types in those locations. According to the Virginia Mercury, researchers from the Nature Conservancy and...

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Orvis Podcast: Water Temperature and Saltwater Fish

In the most current episode of the Orvis podcast, Tom Rosenbauer takes a seat with Dr. Aaron Adams to discuss the effect of water temperature level on saltwater flats fish. Water temperature level is frequently talked about in relation...

Alaska’s Rivers Are Turning Orange

Alaska’s Rivers Are Turning Orange

Image: Alaska Area U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Flickr In a splendidly thorough, helpful story, Alec Luhn takes us through the next terrific ecological hazard dealing with Alaska -its rivers are turning orange. Rivers throughout the Brooks Variety (which has...

A “New” Redband Trout | MidCurrent

A “New” Redband Trout | MidCurrent

Image: USFWS Fish and Marine Preservation/Flickr Matthew L. Miller penned a terrific story about the current discovery of a "brand-new" subspecies of redband rainbow trout in Idaho over in Fly Fisherman Magazine While I extremely motivate you to check...

New Salmon Strategies Could Reduce Bycatch

New Salmon Strategies Could Reduce Bycatch

Image: Alaska Area U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/Flickr King, or chinook, salmon are dealing with a great deal of difficulty in Alaska. Their numbers are low, and less really monstrous kings are being captured than in years past. And...

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Orvis Podcast with Helen Neville

In the most recent episode of the Orvis podcast, Tom Rosenbauer takes a seat to speak about trout DNA with Helen Neville. Helen is the senior researcher with Trout Unlimited, and she shares a wealth of info with listeners...

Study Shows Impacts of Fishing in Warm Water

Study Shows Impacts of Fishing in Warm Water

The Idaho Department of Fish & Video Game (IDFG) carried out a research study in 2015 on the effects of catch-and-release on trout death. While the research study was released last summertime, it's begun making the rounds once again...

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