Bass fishing can be one of life’s simple pleasures. It also demonstrates that humans have a nearly infinite capacity to overcomplicate things.
We have your summer reading list sorted with these 6 great reads on birding, fishing, bats, national parks and more.
50 Fish, 50 States: Matt Miller searches for chubs and sauger on the Little Missouri River in North Dakota.
The U.S. National Wildlife Refuge system, in its 120th year, is one of the largest protected area networks in the world. And many refuges are great places to fish.
As you travel around the US there are some fish species you encounter again and again. The bluegill is one of them.
Many invasive fish are well known and well publicized. But you might not have heard about rudd.
Why go to the trouble to catch 8-inch trout in remote streams?
Six books about fish, fishing and fish conservation for your summertime reading.
Blue catfish will eat just about anything. Including a duck.
Cool Green Science staff writers and contributors won 10 awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America.
Twenty years of conservation writing, and a creek runs through it.
It’s time to put the idea of “trash fish” where it belongs—in the trash.