We stand for the waters we stand in.
Back in Tokyo, for a break. Just in need of a change, you know, “to get away from things.” Having worked hard all summer long, there couldn’t be more of a contrast between reeling in salmon on a river in Swedish Lapland and heading to Tokyo. For me, working hard means fishing hard and playing…
Photo Essay: Waiting for the Wild on Oregon’s North Coast
Feature: Squeaky Wheels, Wild Fish and Carrot Sticks
After a century of conflict on the Columbia between salmon and dams, the fates of these two iconic energy systems are now intertwined.
An intimate canoe trip through The Boundary Waters with Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate.
How actor Jasper Pääkkönen advocates for wild fish.
We are killing what we love. The vast system of hatcheries and open-water fish farms we’ve built is an expression of our affection for cold-water fish—as food, as recreation, as commercial resource. And yet, despite our best intentions, these human-engineered attempts to make up for resource extraction, development and dam building—to somehow do better than…
When you lose your trout stream to climate change, where do you go to find yourself? It was late September and the creek ran clear and low out of the West Elks in southwestern Colorado. My favorite time of year: Through the V of the ravine upstream I could see the shoulders of Mount Gunnison…
Patagonia Action Works
It’s All Home Water.
As anglers, we believe it’s our duty to stand for the waters we stand in and fight for a fishable future. That fight requires inspiration, dedication and a love of wild fish and wild waters. It requires real people doing real work. It requires you.