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The spring issue of the award-winning Atlantic Salmon Journal features stories of salmon anglers and conservationists from all walks of life, at all stages in life. St.
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Over the past five years, The Orvis Company has been inviting customers to submit pictures of their dogs as part of a contest to be on the cover of the Orvis catalog.
Julian Furlaga, one of the world's youngest fly tyers, is quickly becoming recognized on an international level for his talent. St.
Premier specialty sporting goods retailer has large selection of fishing gear and equipment LOS ANGELES, June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a recent report released by the U.S.
Campaign aims to demystify fly fishing -- making it more accessible by offering simple gear, easy techniques and basic teachings for all ages and skill levels. VENTURA, Calif., March 31, 2014
MANCHESTER, Vt., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Orvis Company, Inc. of Manchester, VT announced the four recipients of its annual Customer Matching Grant program.
The Australian Grayling (Prototroctes maraena) is a freshwater fish found in coastal rivers in Tasmania and southeastern Australia. This fish has often been called the Cucumber Mullet or Cucumber Herring due to its cucumber-like odor. This fish is streamlined with a vaguely trout-like shape. It is silver on the flanks and dusky olive on the back, overlain with a golden shine. It can live 2 to 3 years and reach a length of roughly 7.9 inches. It has rarely been recorded up to 5 years of age...
The chub or European chub (Leuciscus cephalus) is a freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae. It frequents both slow and moderate rivers as well as canals and still waters of various kinds. The name chub also describes numerous other cyprinid fish in several North American genera, including Algansea, Erimystax, Gila, Hybopsis, Macrhybopsis, Nocomis, Notropis, and Semiotilus, as well as the unrelated sea chubs of the family Kyphosidae. It is also a regional name for fish such as Shortnose...
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