Conservation

  • By: Ted Williams
Fluvial grayling are abundant in Alaska and Canada  but in the Lower     they are nearly wiped out

Who Needs Grayling? A special fish struggles to hang on in the Lower 48

Where Baitfish Don't Belong

  • By: Ted Williams

Wild trout water more beautiful than northern Maine's Big Reed Pond doesn't exist. It is embraced by one of the few remaining old-growth forests in the East. It is one of about 307 lakes in the nation (305 in Maine) that still sustain native brook trout undefiled by hatchery genes and one of only 14

Robbed by RAT's

  • By: Ted Williams

You're losing more than money when you have to pay to fish public water

Under the Influence of Ethanol

  • By: Ted Williams

America's corn-based ethanol program carries high costs in fish, wildlife and tax dollars

Reforming the Corps of Engineers

  • By: Ted Williams

The Corps has tried to control nature. Now it's time to control the Corps.

Pits in the Crown Jewels

  • By: Ted Williams

It was a day of superlatives in a place of superlatives. I had thought I threw a long line until I watched the guy fishing with me--Steve Rajeff, who can cast farther than any other man on the planet [see: Ask FR&R July/October]. Together we eased down the clean gravel of the river that sustains the

Time Bomb in the Earth

  • By: Ted Williams

We're unleashing a killer in the heart of Yellowstone cutthroat country

A Cautionary Tale

  • By: Ted Williams

Rogue ranchers threaten Western trout water

A Plague on All Your Forests

  • By: Ted Williams

Country roads may 'take you home,' but logging roads ruin rivers

Bringing Back The Giants

  • By: Ted Williams

The latest on saving the big brookies of the Great Lakes