OGDEN -- The Fly Fishing Film Tour, also known as F3T, will come to Ogden for the third consecutive year.
The year’s film will feature fly-fishing in areas close to cities and even within the urban areas themselves.
“We approached this year with the attitude that adventure is what you make it and sometimes the greatest adventures can be found in your own backyard or an urban corridor,” said F3T co-owner Chris Keig.
Last updated Wednesday, February 20, 2013 - 10:07pm
SALT LAKE CITY — Rep. Dixon Pitcher, R-Ogden, will not push legislation this session to address access to public waterways after he and another state lawmaker met with one member of the House leadership team to discuss the bill.
Pitcher said he and Rep. Kay McIff, R-Richfield, both agreed to back off legislation, potentially impacting the access of fisherman to public waters after meeting with Majority Whip Rep. Greg Hughes, R-Draper.
Last updated Saturday, February 16, 2013 - 12:06am
SALT LAKE CITY — Sean Dickey loves to fly-fish on the Weber River and worries access to the waterway will be threatened if a bill before the Legislature moves forward.
Dickey joined a group of about 200 other fishermen Friday morning on the steps of the Capitol to protest the potential implications of HB 68, sponsored by Rep. Kay McIff, R-Richfield. The bill would declare certain water rights are protected by the Utah Constitution.
RALEIGH, N.C. -- About four hours after the fishing charter boat Citation left
dock on the Outer Banks to compete in one of the country's richest
deep-sea fishing tournaments, crewmembers were in the fight of their
lives. Something huge was hooked, but it was invisible to human sight as
it dove for the ocean bottom about 27 miles off the North Carolina