The Battle over Pebble Mine is not over

Please take action now. Northern Dynasty Minerals, Ltd. just closed a $37.444M funding round and will use this to fight the EPA and secure permitting.

Start by voicing your concern to the Trump Administration at:

As you may have hear, the Trump administration has breathed new life into an important issue for anglers (and others) and will move forward on Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska. (More here.) Northern Dynasty has even already seen an increase in stock value as a result. This is a battle we cannot afford […]

via Take Action on Pebble Mine — The Venturing Angler


Interview with Gin Clear Blog Author Dean Wormell — Dock Talk 365

Chris over at Dock Talk 365 contacted me through Instagram about about this interview. I agreed to answer some questions from a “weekend warrior” fly angler’s perspective.

Thank you, Chris, for the opportunity to share my fly angling passion with your readers!

Go visit Chris’ blog for the full interview.

Dean Wormell describes himself as an “occasional blogger”. Dean is an avid fisherman who has a great ability to engage his readers through written word. I have enjoyed reading his blog posts and am so grateful he was willing to take some time to let me ask him a few questions. Your last blog post…

via Interview with Gin Clear Blog Author Dean Wormell — Dock Talk 365

Trailer: Chuitna – More Than Salmon On The Line

“…now we are considering destroying this entire river to send coal to China.”

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Chuitna – More Than Salmon On The Line Trailer from Trip Jennings on Vimeo.

Last week we posted information about the Save the Chuitna campaign and issues related to a proposed coal mine in Alaska. Today a trailer has dropped for a film on the issue.

From the filmmaker:

“Chuitna chronicles the journey of conservation-minded fly fishermen who travel to Alaska’s unspoiled Chuitna Watershed to wade waist-deep into its salmon-rich waters and the fight to defeat the proposed Chuitna Coal Mine. Join the effort to save the Chuitna here:

The film was produced by Balanced Media and supported by Patagonia. To watch the full length film, click below to see when it will be showing near you or stay tuned for the online release in the summer of 2015.

To check out more on Save the Chuitna, please click here.  … And stay tuned! We’re…

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