Fish Talk | June 2018 Fishing News

Hello to everyone! The weather has been good and the fish are waking up in the rivers, so I hope everyone can get out their fly rods and head out there for some great fishing.

We are delighted to let our readers know that we have signed a contract with Epicenter Press to publish a Second Edition of our Benjamin Franklin Gold Medal winning book, River Girls: Flyfishing for Young Women! This edition will feature a very special girl named Maxine McCormick, who has become the most decorated female of all time for her fly-casting skills. Not even out of high school yet, she now holds the Gold Medal for her casting in the World Championship Flycasting event in Estonia in 2016. We will have more about this amazing girl in the new book, scheduled for release in 2019.

Now that it’s spring and we all want to head out to fish it’s time for us to offer you a discount on our “Rookie No More: The Flyfishing Novice Gets Guidance from a Pro” book. It’s got tons of tips and answers to all your fly fishing questions from top to finish. It’s got an “all 5-star” bunch of reviews on Amazon, too. If you don’t have this book, now is the time to order yours, autographed, for just $10!! The address is Pudge Kleinkauf, P.O. Box 241833 Anchorage, AK 99524 and we’ll pay the postage in the US.

Hook your self up with this week’s Mid-Current site at https://midcurrent.com/ and go to www.gordyandsons.com to find out more about the Gordy & Sons Outfitters and Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) who are pleased to announce the launch of the BTT Texas Tarpon Acoustic Tagging Project. The family behind the finest hunting and fishing retailer, which is based in Houston, is generously funding the first year of the Texan tagging initiative to harvest local data from the tarpon migration that spans the western Gulf of Mexico and as far north as the Chesapeake Bay area.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic River act, conservation organizations and outdoor businesses have come together in support of the 5,000 Miles of Wild initiative, which aims to designate 5,000 new miles of rivers as Wild and Scenic by 2020 and collect 5,000 stories about rivers over the coming year. Check it out!

Hooray!!! Great News!! Dealing a blow to the proposed Pebble Mine project, Canadian mining giant First Quantum Minerals has pulled out of the proposed partnership with Northern Dynasty. “First Quantum Minerals did the right thing,” says Joel Reynolds, Western Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council, “They listened to the people of Alaska and walked away from the Pebble Mine. It’s the wrong project in the wrong place, and today’s announcement is the latest proof that it’s a bad investment—financially, environmentally, and socially.” Via NRDC.

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