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By Jamie Vaughan Trout Unlimited's Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative in Michigan recently hosted a volunteer insect monitoring day in partnership with the Michigan TU Council and Cannon Township. More than 80 volunteers, including local residents, school children and TU members, gathered on a [ READ MORE... ]
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This week TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter is back to discuss the haul for trout anglers. Watch as Deeter discusses a technique which can be practiced while out on the water this summer."The trick is not to let your arms fly apart too far," says Deeter. "Rather it's like playing an accordion." [ READ MORE... ]
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Starting this spring and running through the summer, our friends at Sage are touring the West via their "On the Water" events. In all, the company and its reps will visit 10 iconic western fisheries and host demonstration events, put their products into the hands of potential customers and have [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s May and the weather is unsettled across most of the country. That can only mean one thing – good fishing is just around the corner! Sure, we’re also busy planting willows on riverbanks. We’re teaching kids streamside about trout biology. We’re working with our neighbors to take out deadbeat [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Oliver Rogers   By Andrew Loffredo When I graduated college in May 2015 and shared with my peers that I was going to be working for a non-profit conservation organization to work with college fly fishing clubs nationwide, I got a variety of responses ranging from, “Whoa, that's sick,” to [ READ MORE... ]
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In this episode of TROUT Tips with TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter we talk about the most common mistake that anglers make when they make a cast. The tailing loop.“The tailing loop is to fly anglers what the slice is to golfers,” says Deeter.Deeter discusses a simple trick to remedy this common [ READ MORE... ]
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In a recent member survey we learned that many of our members, over 60% in fact, would be interested in more fishing content from TU, and why not? Many of us became conservationists because of first hand experience fishing our rivers, lakes and beaches. To that end, we continue to launch great new [ READ MORE... ]
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Are you a pack rat by nature? Guilty on all accounts. I've got fly line, extra spools and countless other material lying around my garage. Time to put it to good use. This week Kirk Deeter, editor of TROUT Magazine, is back with a simple tip on what to do with some of that old fly line laying [ READ MORE... ]
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In the last episode of TROUT Tips TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter discussed the possibility of spooking fish with fly line color. This time he’s back to talk about another cause of missed fish, the false cast. Anglers inadvertently turn to the false cast as a way to perfectly place their fly on [ READ MORE... ]
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TROUT Magazine Editor Kirk Deeter explains his perspective on fly lines and if the color of fly lines matter. The basic idea? Spooky fish are best approached with muted-color fly lines, but sometimes it's just as important for the angler to see the line as it is to keep the line out of fish's line [ READ MORE... ]
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