Hard to argue killer cutthroat footage, but you're going to hate this soundtrack... and us for sticking it in your head all day. Now kick back and work that pizza butt.

WASHINGTON—The final public meeting for the Puget Sound Wild Steelhead Management Zone selection process will be held tonight in Sequim. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) plans to designate at least three Puget Sound rivers to promote wild steelhead recovery in the region where steelhead were listed as threatened in 2007. The department will not release hatchery fish into selected rivers. Candidates include the Skagit-Sauk, NF Skykomish, Nisqually, and Elwha... to name a few.

More reason to torpedo four deadbeat dams on the lower Snake River has arrived in the morbid form of a quarter million downstream sockeye now either dead or dying in the mainstem Columbia River due to soupy, inhospitable water conditions.

Pebble Mine scored a small victory last week when the Alaska state Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling denying the Lake and Peninsula Borough (which borders Bristol Bay) from enforcing a voter-approved mining ban. Borough residents passed an initiative in October 2011 that sought to ban both large-scale topsoil removal and mining activity impacting anadromous fish-bearing waters.

RA Beattie's film Carpand trashed stereotypes associated with our favorite garbage-munching carp and in the process captured "Movie of the Year" honors at the 9th Anniversary Drake Flyfishing Video Awards in Orlando last week.

Tenkarpa revealed. Don't forget your PFD. "Here's what happens when six guys get together at the greatest carp flyfishing destination in the US, and decide to make a fly fishing movie with no script, props or budget." Brought to you by a Beaver Island carp trip with Indigo Guide Service.