Tag: Trout

Cortland introduces new Trout Series floating fly-line

Cortland's new Ultralight fly-lines maximize sensitivity for precision casting with the highest level of loop control. The line series is the ultimate tool for delicate presentations and weary fish.

  Cortland’s new Ultralight fly-lines maximize sensitivity for precision casting with the highest level of loop control. The line series is the ultimate tool for delicate presentations and weary fish. Available in 2-6 weight models for trout and other selective freshwater species. Cortland incorporated a three-color-scheme design for easy taper identification. This provides a visual […]

The S&TC Annual Auction 2018

The online auction goes live at the beginning of October, with the exclusive live auction taking place on the 14th November. Find out more on the 2018 Auction page.

The countdown is officially on until the annual S&TC live and silent auctions begin! The online auction goes live at the beginning of October, with the exclusive live auction taking place on the 14th November. Find out more on the 2018 Auction page. We currently have over 140 incredible lots, with many more being secured daily for both our online and […]

Trout in hot water around the globe

Trout may be iconic, beautiful and valued, but that has not saved them from the increasing degradation of our planet.

Sometimes you need to take a step back to see the whole problem. Or in this case, a whole lot of steps because the problem is the decline of native trout across the entire Northern Hemisphere. By Jack Williams, Trout Unlimited Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey, Trout Unlimited and the Illinois Natural History Survey recently […]

Impact of sea lice on sea trout

A noteworthy scientific paper which confirms impact of sea lice on sea trout has just been published in the prestigious Journal of Fish Biology, entitled “The influence of aquaculture unit proximity on the pattern of Lepeophtheirus salmonis [SEA LICE] infection of anadromous Salmo trutta [SEA TROUT] populations on the Isle of Skye, Scotland”.

A noteworthy scientific paper which confirms impact of sea lice on sea trout has just been published in the prestigious Journal of Fish Biology, entitled “The influence of aquaculture unit proximity on the pattern of Lepeophtheirus salmonis  [SEA LICE] infection of anadromous Salmo trutta [SEA TROUT] populations on the Isle of Skye, Scotland”. The lead author is Isabel Moore […]

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