Ted Williams
About Ted Williams
Ted Williams is Fly Rod & Reel’s longtime Conservation Editor.

How Did Fish Survive Before We Came Along? - Marine Fish Conservation Network

I was attending the November meeting of New York’s Marine Resources Advisory Council when the topic of lobsters came up. The southern New England stock of American lobster has collapsed, and a state biologist was doing her best to explain just how far abundance had fallen and what the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) …

Denial of invasive species threat worries scientists

Scientists believe a new battlefront is opening in science denialism and this time the target is the science of invasive alien species and the fight to protect some of the world's rarest species and most unique ecosystems.

Brookies: Love them ... and hate them

The most beautiful fish in the world? The author thinks so.  by Chris Hunt My cold and wet hands trembling, I waded to the pebbly bank of Argentina's Rio Corcovado and ceremoniously dropped my fly rod like a beat poet dropping the mic and walking off stage.

SHEDDING LIGHT ON BLACK SEA BASS

Depending on who you speak with, black sea bass management in New England and the Mid-Atlantic is either a blazing success or a horrible fa...

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