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Pictured above: The custom Nautilus reel being offered as a prize for signing up to help protect Bristol Bay with Trout Unlimited By: The Alaska Program We are honored partner with our friends at Nautilus Reels to save a threatened world-class fishing destination in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Nautilus [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Last week, I published an opinion piece printed in the New York Times asking President Trump to stand up for clean water, and veto Congress’ bill to overturn restrictions on mountaintop removal mining. Unfortunately, that plea failed, as the President signed the misguided law today. [ READ MORE... ]
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Bristol Bay rainbow. Photo by: Brian O'Keefe   Friends,   Now that it has been a month, we suspect you might be wondering how the recent election will impact our work to protect the places we love to fish in Alaska.    Simply put, the change in Administration may make some of our efforts to protect [ READ MORE... ]
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Bristol Bay commercial fishery going strong for 130+ years. Photo by Chris Miller   By: Walt Gasson   Unless you’ve been on a different planet for the last decade, you probably know about TU’s “Save Bristol Bay” campaign. You know that Bristol Bay continues to produce the world’s largest sockeye [ READ MORE... ]
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Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy student, Savannah, poses with her 'client,' Trout Unlimited VP of Western Conservation, Rob Masonis, on Client Day on the Agulawak River in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Photo courtesy of Rob Masonis. By: Rob Masonis   Let’s face it, the news these days is often [ READ MORE... ]
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Grayling on the Agulapak River. From left to right, Academy Student and Guide, Savannah Sage, with "clients" Trout Unlimited Vice President of Western Conservation, Rob Masonis, and Alaska Program Communications Specialist, Jenny Weis. Photo by Nanci Morris Lyon   By: Jenny Weis   Client Day of the [ READ MORE... ]
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All photos by Rich Johnson By: Jenny Weis Sunny weather beckoning, three float planes lined up at the dock, shore lunches packed and new Orvis gear donned, the group was more than ready for another big day on the water. The students were told that today was their last big trip before they'd guide [ READ MORE... ]
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Mac shows logan the secrets to a great cast. All photos by Rich Johnson. By: Jenny Weis It was fairly hard to break the news to our group that we didn't get to go fishing on Day 4. The boats were tied up with other things and mostly, we had lots of really important stuff to go over with the group. [ READ MORE... ]
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Savannah brings in her first dolly varden on Lake Aleknagik.  By: Jenny Weis. All below photos by Rich Johnson Historically, day three of the Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy is when the students come alive. They've gotten to know everyone's names, they've got the basics of fly fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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Students prep their first leaders with Nanci. By: Jenny Weis The second day of the Academy is when we get down to business. Here's a glimpse into this action-packed day. 7: 30am - Breakfast is served. Surprisingly, all 13 students are on time... and [mostly] awake! 8:30am - Trivia ("Who can name [ READ MORE... ]
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