• Image: Shoshone Falls on the Snake River (Credit: Stephen Hanafin, via Flickr)
    More water released in Snake River helps cutthroat trout

    The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has released more water into Idaho’s Snake River to improve habitat conditions for cutthroat trout, according to the San Francisco Gate. More water flow will help protect them from invasive rainbow trout...

  • Invasive species sign, Johnson Township, Ontario. (Credit: Fungus Guy, via Wikemedia Commons))
    Be careful with your bait

    If you fish with live bait, take heed before releasing your remaining minnows at the end of the day. Transferring bait fish into non-native waters can harm the local ecosystem, and in some states it could even...

  • Angler fishing for Lahontan Cutthroat trout in Pyramid Lake, Nevada (Credit: RodMod, via Flickr)
    Lahontan cutthroat makes comeback in Pyramid Lake

    DNA tests confirm that Lahontan cutthroat trout have spawned in Pyramid Lake for the first time in 76 years, according to Nevada’s Reno Gazette-Journal. The event is a key milestone for efforts to restore the fish to...