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C and G News (Mich.)
By Linda Shepard
Thursday, May 19, 2016
ROCHESTER HILLS — The Paint Creek is one of the few remaining coldwater-designated trout streams in southeast Michigan, and it’s a popular spot for fly-fishing enthusiasts.
The Evening Sun
By Bob Marchio
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Fishing can be interesting and fun for the entire family, and the Codorus Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited is planning an event to show just how much fun can be had.
Martinsville (Va.) Bulletin
By Ben Williams
Thursday, May 19, 2016
An occasionally contentious public input session regarding weekend water flow from Philpott Dam into the Smith River hinged largely on the desires of paddlers versus the desires of fishermen.
The Californian
By Bartholomew Sullivan
Wednesday, May 18, 2016

But Laura Ziemer, senior counsel for Trout Unlimited, took exception to a provision she said would make it easier to raise the level of Shasta Dam. She said designating some sets of water users as higher priorities than others seemed likely to perpetuate rather than end the north vs. south “water wars.”

Sacramento Bee
By Michael Doyle
Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Laura Ziemer, senior counsel and water policy adviser for Trout Unlimited, similarly warned that part of the Feinstein proposal “seems likely to fuel more litigation and conflict.”

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