By Chris Wood
Last night, members of Congress came up with a bipartisan agreement to include significant land protections within a defense authorization bill that will likely come up for a vote in the House of Representatives this week, and the Senate next week.
It's been five years since we have... [ READ MORE... ]
Video of A Better Path: Stewardship of the Metolius River
Editor’s note: Happy Trout Tuesday! This is part of an ongoing series looking at an incredible and underloved species of fish - the interior redband trout - and a recently signed Conservation Agreement that will promote conservation of... [ READ MORE... ]
It is so familiar to hear how climate change/urbanization/energy development/pick your issue are degrading fish habitat and leading to species decline. We should celebrate when the obverse is true.
There is a great essay in this month's American Fisheries Society journal, Fisheries, and an... [ READ MORE... ]
Alaska’s Tongass National Forest is back in the news again, this time in a Los Angeles Times article about a new economic study focusing on logging, salmon, tourism and how the Forest Service is spending your tax dollars in the country’s largest and wildest national forest.
The article quotes... [ READ MORE... ]
Grand Prize Winner
American writer and fly-fisher, Dave Karczynski, is fighting a really nice trout on the Bobr River in Lower Silesia, Poland (above). Sadly, after a short fight, the fish was gone. We called this trout ‘Stanislaw.’ © Arek Kubale
Best fish category
Pennsylvania’s... [ READ MORE... ]
By Chris Hunt
Fly fishing the Western backcountry has its perils, not the least of which are potential run-ins with furry critters with teeth and fangs. These encounters happen infrequently, thankfully, but most of us who’ve spent a significant amount of time off the trail have some lively tales to... [ READ MORE... ]
Check out this time-lapse photography of James Prosek, a great friend of Trout Unlimited, and his awesome panoramic mural "What once was is no more: Passing like a thought, flight into memory"
On display at the Smithsonian. The mural... [ READ MORE... ]
by Christopher Pollon
Roaring at seven knots up the U.S. side of the Stikine River, a grizzly bear of a man named Mark Galla steers our jet boat through a gauntlet of protruding logs, attempting to point out the exact point at which Alaska becomes British Columbia. Against the vastness of the... [ READ MORE... ]
My kids are stream explorers. Are yours? Join today! https://www.tumembership.org/youth/renew
By Helen Neville
Are you an angler concerned about climate change, looking for some educational outreach tools?
To meet this need, TU’s Science Team recently developed an informational short pamphlet entitled “Climate Change: it’s here and it’s real. What does it mean for our angling future?” The... [ READ MORE... ]