NPR did a segment on their morning edition about how climate change in the American West is putting trout at risk. Could so much of our fly fishing world be in jeopardy?
Here is an excerpt:
They’re studying the trout’s world, which is changing radically as the climate warms. The region has seen record droughts and declining winter snowpack, which means measly stream flow after the spring melt. The water is also warmer these days in the streams.
To understand what that means to a trout, the scientists get in the water with them.
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