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COVID drove more people to go fishing, but at what cost?
While patterns are largely anecdotal, biologists are trying to get hard data on the health of fish populations post-shutdowns.
Old fish bones could make the eco-friendly plastic we’ve been waiting for
We have a ocean-destroying plastic problem, but fishery waste could help.
Protecting 30 percent of the oceans would benefit the entire planet
If we protect the right places, we can benefit fish and the climate—without sacrificing seafood
The story behind our new national park and its unique legacy
New River Gorge in West Virginia stands out with its hunting, fishing, and exploring opportunities.
The strongest fishing knots you can tie
Field & Stream put three types of line through an exhaustive series of tests and discovered the very best knots.
Biden sets an ambitious goal to protect 30 percent of US lands and waters
The executive order is short on details, but hunting and fishing groups are hoping it will create more habitat by 2030.
A spiky flea could ruin Midwestern ecosystems and kill native fish
Anglers and boaters may be fueling the spread of invasive spiny water flea from the Great Lakes—but they can help beat it back, too.
How to survive three days in the wild
This 72-hour plan will buy you enough time to wait for search and rescue to arrive.
Local languages are dying out and taking invaluable knowledge with them
Rare, rural vocabularies hold the keys to centuries-old questions about nature, human migration, and more.
Stay calm under pressure with lessons learned in the world’s most stressful careers
You may not be a trauma surgeon, but you can use some of the same coping mechanisms.