Scott intros the Centric, its new flagship freshwater fly rod

After 8 years, Scott is replacing its award-winning Radian
The new Scott Centric fly rod (photo: Scott Fly Rods).

After 8 years, the widely coveted flagship of Scott's freshwater lineup, the Radian, has a successor. Its replacement, Scott's new Centric, is the product of 18 months of development and is built on all new tapers, a bevy of new technologies and new components.

Your chance to watch the 2020 Fly Fishing Film Tour from your couch ends soon

F3T's limited time virtual tour event ends September 7
A still from 'Relentless Pursuit' (image credit: Captain Jack Productions).

Earlier this spring—along with gathering with friends, dining in restaurants, going into stores without a mask on, and an endless litany of other privileges we all enjoy under normal circumstances—the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) was forced to hit pause on its annual tour which treats moviegoers to a yearly buffet of some of the best fly fishing films in the world. But, after a multi-month pause, the tour is back. Not in person, due to the persistent limitations introduced by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but virtually.

Patagonia debuts third installment of 'It's All Home Water' series

The latest iteration is a celebration of water and wild places
Photo: Tony Czech

Snow is simply water in the act of falling to other places, same as a river, same as us sometimes. Within this miracle of the water cycle, this firm, crystalline snow is, for the moment, at rest. The fact that it can be adrift or floating as vapor in the ether is a wondrous thought.

Trump administration set to halt Pebble Mine, sources say

According to multiple sources, the Trump admin is set to stop the mine it brought back from the dead
A leopard rainbow trout from the Nushagak River, downstream of the planned Pebble Mine in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska (photo: Pat Clayton / FishEyeGuy Photography).

According to six sources familiar with the administration's plans, the Trump administration is preparing to reverse course and either block or "hit pause" on the controversial proposed open-pit Pebble Mine in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska, Politico reported in breaking news earlier today.

The Good American Outdoors Act

Has the hype for the Great American Outdoors Act gone too far?
Photo: NPS / Jacob W. Frank.

After over 50 years of repeatedly having its coffers raided by Congress, the widely beloved Land and Water Conservation Fund will now enjoy full and permanent funding thanks to the Great American Outdoors Act. Reaction to the act’s passage was like the readout from a stress meter on the San Andreas fault, highlighting a rift that exists in today’s conservation community.