The Mining Law of 1872

  • By: Ted Williams
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The law that time forgot

Property Rights and Wrongs

Property-rights groups have opposed wild and scenic designations for rivers across the country.

Why anglers should worry about the property-rights movement

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