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Habitat + Clean Water + Fish = Healthy Fisheries

Fisheries managers must take a comprehensive look at our fisheries and factor in climate change, water quality, and habitat to keep the health of our oceans intact. Our dynamic world is changing and we have to err on the side of caution to keep commercial and recreational fisheries healthy and productive from an emotional and economic standpoint.

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UNITED BY WATER

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UNITED BY WATER

We are all united by water, it’s our life force, it carves the landscape, provides us food, and support so many recreational passions… it bonds us all no matter the color of our skin or the pace in which we traverse this world. Original post from the Thomas & Thomas blog.

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A Toxic Pastime?

Striped bass are highly pressured as they migrate and resident on the east coast of the US through the year. Big breeder bass are essential to the reproduction of the population and vital to keeping our recreational fishery intact. We must protect these incredible fish and keep them swimming and spawning. Big breeder bass also make toxic table fare as their meat is filled with dangerous levels of mercury and PCB’s.

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Coastal Convergence 

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Coastal Convergence 

"The fall run is a like a freight train… it may be slow to start but once enough momentum is behind this New England phenomenon, amazing things can happen.  Slowly but surely stripers that have fed all summer in smaller groups begin to school back up, peeling away from their summer habitat.  One by one, stripers leave their seasonal grounds to find old pals and embark upon a familiar journey."  

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Fly Fishing The Bold Coast for Striped Bass

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Fly Fishing The Bold Coast for Striped Bass

Fly fishing the bold and rugged rocks of the Maine coast can be as rewarding as it is gorgeous.  Current, surf, tide, and structure all interact to create great striped bass holding water and an environment where big fish thrive.  

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