Anglers, researchers team up to preserve one of the region’s few native fish species By Zachary Matson Catching a brook trout is one thing. Collecting its DNA is an altogether different challenge. The key is to get a good grip, hold it in a … [Read more...] about What’s in store for Adirondack brook trout?
Trout Power volunteers collect 'brookie' DNA around Sagamore Lake By Zachary Matson Anglers from around the region met at Great Camp Sagamore earlier this month for a mission: fish for brook trout and collect their DNA. Trout Power, a … [Read more...] about Angling for science
NYS Dept of Health relaxes rules for consuming wild-caught fish from various Adirondack waters By Megan Plete Postol The New York State Department of Health has released updated guidelines for women and children that change what fish, and what … [Read more...] about Got fish? Let’s eat!
Wild-born lake trout, long a rare catch, thrive in changed waters By Ry Rivard Long after wild salmon and lake trout disappeared from Lake Champlain, government officials around the lake began to dump hundreds of thousands of fish into the lake … [Read more...] about Champlain’s wild card
By Mike Lynch Anglers may want to do a little homework before hitting trout waterways this season, as the stream regulations received a major overhaul. The new regulations go into effect today, the open day of trout fishing season. They include … [Read more...] about New trout fishing regulations in effect April 1