Trout Magazine Fall 2014Featured StoriesOn "Greenbacks"(Read this article for free browser version / PDF version )The full story of a species nearly lost.By Erin BlockWatershedsFishing the CircleBy Christopher CamutoBlue LinesWild PeaceBy Tom ReedFishing the Big WBy Sam DavidsonTU Tested: No-nonsense gear reviews for TU anglersBy TU AnglersVoices from the RiverBy Chris Santella»Electronic Version(membership required)»PDF Version - 9 MB (membership required) Not a member? Click here to join. Summer 2014Featured StoriesThe Culvert Challenge(Read this article for free browser version/PDF version)How we can (and will) improve miles of trout habitat.By Erin BlockWatershedsGenerationsBy Christopher CamutoThe Kickapoo Weed SlideAn homageBy Kirk DeeterSaving All the Pieces of Trout DiversityWhy do we give native species special attentionBy Jack WilliamsVoices from the RiverA fly-fishing pilgrimage to MontanaBy Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer»Electronic Version»PDF Version - 9 MBNot a member? Click here to join. Spring 2014Featured StoriesWatershed(Read this article for free browser version/PDF version)Any creature born in any region.By Christopher CamutoBig Deal on Little MountainNative cutthroats and energy development in WyomingBy Bruce SmithhammerWalking a trout tightropeBy Jay CassellBlue LinesBy Tom ReedTrout ProfilesBy Frank Moore»Electronic Version»PDF Version - 9 MBNot a member? Click here to join. Winter 2014Featured StoriesDr. Trout(Read this article for free browser version/PDF version)Nobody did more to elevate human understanding and appreciation of trout than Dr. Robert BehnkeBy Nate SchweberWatershedsField Notes: Writing on Water.By Christopher CamutoBlue LinesEchoesBy Tom ReedVisions from the RiverRio Grande del Norte, New MexicoBy Joshua Dupelchian; Words by Shauna SherardWhy Natives?Experts explain the importance of having the right trout in the right placeBy Randy ScholfieldVoices from the RiverThreadsBy Stephen Zakur»Electronic Version»PDF Version - 9 MBNot a member? Click here to join. Join the discussion - visit http://www.tu.org/blog and read what anglers are saying about these articles.