By Aaron Kindle
I am often asked why I choose to spend so much time out in wild country? The question always strikes me as odd. I usually respond with “why not”? I simply can’t imagine a life without wide-open spaces, clear streams and wild critters. It would be a life I wouldn’t want to live.
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I still remember reading a book as a boy about a bull shark that ran up a river in NJ and killed a father and son. Watch out wet waders! Seven feet and 500 lbs of fun coming at you. Perhaps a new entry for... [ READ MORE... ]
Here's something you don't see everyday--a double rainbow over the Tetons.
One of the prettiest rivers on the planet, and TU and its partners have reconnected over 450 miles of the Big Wood by creating bypasses and channels around dams and diversions. How cool is that?
By Dave Glenn
I do it once a year. Me, a fly rod, four horses and a couple of dogs. When the heat of the summer is in its prime I’ll head for the mountains for a week of “Dave solo time.”
I don’t do it to get in all the fishing I possibly can and it’s not about covering all the country I can. It’s... [ READ MORE... ]
American Angler takes a closer look into the Thompson Divide while talking with Trout Unlimited's Aaron Kindle. Head over to the American Angler website to have a look at the whole article.
Located west of Carbondale, Colo., the Thompson Divide is one of the most pristine places in the West and is currently under threat from energy development. It harbors some of the best elk hunting in the state, a dozen populations of cutthroat trout, and source waters for numerous renowned... [ READ MORE... ]