Topic: conservation



Growing Up on the Stone
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Born and Raised in Livingston, Montana, James Anderson Speaks About the Current State of his Home Water – the Yellowstone River. Born and raised in Livingston, Montana, quite literally, James Anderson grew up along the banks of the Yellowstone. Because of … Continue reading

Keepemwet
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A Popular Hashtag Evolves Into a Website Promoting the Next Level of Catch-and-Release Fishing. Thankfully, the notion of catch-and-release has caught on and become highly practiced by a large percentage of anglers. While releasing a fish you don’t intend on … Continue reading

Look Good and Do Good
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This year you can help preserve the Yellowstone Cutthroat and look good doing it. We have spoken previously about the plight of the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout. In short, things haven’t been looking so good for this prized fish over the … Continue reading

The Science of Gloves and Fish
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We test our gloves on the weather all the time. This time, we test them on the fish. One the great things about fishing is that it is un-masterable.  This means that you can always explore and seek for new … Continue reading

First Hand Look at Pebble Mine Project
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What you can learn from a first-hand look at pending doom. Sometimes you get lucky.  So when Scott Hed of Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska talked to me at the recent ICAST/IFTD show about joining him for a trip to Alaska in … Continue reading

The Time To Act Is Now!
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We have the chance to help preserve one of the last great salmon fisheries on earth. There are some things that take time.  Like the development of a forest or a river after the glaciers receded or the creation of a … Continue reading

Rock Snot Report
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The latest from the frontline fight against aquatic invasive species. You know what you missed this week? You missed Paula Furey, Sarah Kupferberg and Amy Lind presenting “Consequences of Didymosphenia and other mucilaginous diatoms common downstream of hyrdopeaking dams as … Continue reading

On The Water With Bruce Chard
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Simms Guide Ambassador and Florida guiding guru Bruce Chard talks about guiding Leona Helmsley, protecting the Keys and life in the sun. You have been guiding down in the Florida Keys for a while now?  Talk to me about how … Continue reading

Oh What A Year!
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How could we possibly top this epic year? With an even better 2013. 2012 was a great year – in fact, it is really a seminal year here at Simms.  There are a lot of things to remember with smiles … Continue reading

Native Fishes
Giving Thanks: Native Fish
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This Thanksgiving season, we here at Simms celebrate those things for which we are thankful. A big part of getting outside and enjoying the water like we all do is the pursuit of wild and native fish.  This year we … Continue reading