The arid Great Basin landscapes of Nevada seem an unlikely place for any cold water fish, much less the world’s largest species of cutthroat trout.
But much of the northern half of Nevada is, in fact, native range for the Lahontan cutthroat (Onchorhynchus clarkii henshawi).
Posted in Conservation, Colorado TU
She paused, nodded her head and said, “I understand. I live near a small creek that runs off the mesa, and I used to go there to watch the trout swimming about in the creek. But the farmer above us dried up the creek, and now the fish are gone.” It was obvious by her tone that she missed the fish [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Stream Explorers
Youth have their very own TU membership level, with benefits just for them.
California's drought has reduced fishing opportunities in some streams, but obviously not in others. A fine 'bow caught recently in a Gold Country stream.
By Sam Davidson
Posted in Dogwood Anglers - 363
Monthly Meeting For Dogwood Anglers Is The First Tuesday Of The Month 630 pm At King Of The Sea Restaurant 647 Signal Hill DR Statesville NC . For More infomation Or A Copy Of Our News Letter Call 704-929-8131.
Posted in South Coast - 923
Please join us at our April general meeting for a BBQ feed and an interesting talk by Mary Larsen, Senior Fisheries Biologist with the CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife. The BBQ starts at 6:00 pm and Mary will speak at 7:00. All members and prospective members are welcome.
Posted in Conservation
A north Georgia brown trout.
By Chris Hunt
Posted in Gary Borger - 596
Just a reminder that the Women's Initiative is hosting a seminar at Cabela's on Saturday, April 5th. See the events listing for details.
I’m not sure I can find the perfect analogy for the fishing world, but if you’re a hunter, you’ll understand the words “deer drive.” And if you’ve ever hunted rabbits or pheasants without a good dog, you’ll certainly understand cooperation and beating the bushes. When it works… it’s magic.